A few months ago, I wrote an article about How to Deal with Debt in Collections that resonated with many readers and resulted in a wide range of follow-up questions. As more and more Americans View Post
Sometimes it begins with a single phone call. In other cases, debt collectors begin sending notices via snail mail. No matter how they attempt to get in touch with, dealing with debt collectors can View Post
Most people have every intention of repaying the money they borrow. But sometimes, life doesn’t go as planned. You or a loved one might get sick or hurt, making it hard to pay your bills. You could View Post
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Is one of your financial goals to get out of debt? If so, opening another credit card could be the worst – or best – option you have. Personally, I used this strategy to help me knock out over $26,000 View Post
This article first appeared on February, 21 2016 and was updated February 19, 2020. Tis the season! Depending on your situation, you probably either love tax time or you dread it like that horrible View Post
I’m not going to lie — life on the other side of debt is amazing. But I can remember a time in the not-so-distant past when I was struggling with debt and financial stress daily. If I could hop in a View Post