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Should I Quit My Job to Avoid Wage Garnishment?

If you’ve recently discovered that a NJ lender to whom you are indebted plans to garnish your wages in order to recover some of your missed payments, it’s natural to feel scared and overwhelmed. 506 more words


The election of debtors to the early Stuart House of Commons

Facing up to the consequences of Christmas spending is a common problem in January, but for some in serious financial straights the past, parliament provided a solution. 929 more words

Early Modern History

Forgive us as we forgive others #980

And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. (Matthew 6:12, NKJV)

When someone borrows money, the lender expects to be paid back – with interest. 159 more words

I Received an Insurance Settlement: Can I Still File for Bankruptcy?

If you recently received a substantial insurance pay-out, you were undoubtedly involved in some kind of accident. Perhaps you had a car accident, obtained an… 562 more words


I'm Disabled and in Debt: Can I be Sued for the Money I Owe?

Maybe you were plugging along with a solid debt-snowball plan that was going swimmingly, effectively reducing your overall debt bit by bit before you became disabled. 616 more words


$40,000 in Credit Card Debt - What Should I Do?

Especially around the holidays, coming to terms with the fact that you’re drowning in debt is definitely a humbling moment. The good news is that you have acknowledged that the problem exists and that you need to take steps to get out of debt. 521 more words