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Reduce debts in six months by ten thousand GBP

Between this post on the 27 march to this post last week I’ve realised that we have reduced our debt from 13k to under 3k fuck that’s pretty damn amazing. 196 more words

Getting Organised

America's Student Loan System Has Created Perverse Incentives For Law Schools

Throughout the summer, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has been promoting legislation that would provide relief to students with educational debt. As the Senate concludes its work — and I use that word loosely — before the November elections, she is taking another run at the issue. 867 more words

Economy

STUDENT LOANS, MORAL HAZARD, AND A LAW SCHOOL MESS

By Steven J. Harper, Esq.

September 24, 2014

Sometimes law school moral hazard assumes a concrete form — literally.

A School Making Unwanted News
For example, Thomas Jefferson School of Law is now coping with a widely publicized credit downgrade of its bonds to junk status and related concerns about its future. 920 more words

Economy

How does a credit card work?

This is how spuddmoney views credit cards….

I know, I know, you’ve probably heard somewhere that if you use them correctly they can be a great tool saving money/getting free flights/cashflow/saving the whales etc etc. 331 more words

Debt

Taking out a mortgage

For most people, taking out a mortgage to buy their first house is the single biggest money decision they have made in their lives. This can make it a very scary process! 698 more words

Debt

September 2014 Recap

You know what the best way to start a monthly recap post is?

Putting in a baking sheet of kale (soon to be delicious kale chips!) in the oven and pouring a glass of wine. 1,414 more words

Debt

Am I Legally Responsible for My Late Husband's Debts?


Grieving the loss of a spouse is one of the most stressful periods of anyone’s life, because unfortunately the surviving widow(er) often has much more to deal with than simply grief. 479 more words

Real Property