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Is a Debt Management Program Right for You?

Everyone is different with different situations; there is no one-size-fits-all answer. To understand what is right for you, you first need to understand your options. You also need to understand how things impact your credit score to know the effect your choices will have. 557 more words

Personal Finance

May the 4th be with You

So it’s May, I did all right this weekend. I spent $70, $5 over what I am trying to budget for weekends. This month’s budget is going to change slightly. 280 more words

Goals

Can I Include My Spouse's Medical Debt in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Due to billing errors and providers with questionable pricing regulations, medical debt has now risen to the top of the list of reasons why Americans file for bankruptcy. 503 more words

Bankruptcy

Europe’s Debt Erases $160 Billion on Path to Record Weekly Loss, by Cecil Gutscher and Kevin Buckland

A touch of sanity hit European debt markets this week. From Cecil Gutscher and Kevin Buckland, at Bloomberg, via stockmanscontracorner.com:

Investors revolting against negative yields in Europe wiped 142 billion euros ($160 billion) off the value of the region’s government bonds this week, heading for the biggest selloff since at least October 1993.

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The difference between good debt and bad debt

The difference between good debt and bad debt

  • Debt is bad right? Well actually that’s not entirely true.  There’s good debt and bad debt, let me explain. 
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Credit

Can I Discharge Income Tax Debt in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

It’s a common misconception that income taxes cannot be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Most people assume that, even if they are deep in tax debt… 500 more words

Bankruptcy

Punk Q1 GDP Wasn’t Surprising—It Extends A 60-Year Trend Of Exploding Money And Imploding Growth, by David Stockman

David Stockman deep dives into six decades of economic statistics to make a virtually irrefutable case for what most of us older than thirty know in our bones—the economy isn’t what it used to be. 443 more words

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