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College Degrees Valuable Despite Costs

March 8, 2017 | Posted in News

In recent years you hear people say things like “college isn’t worth it” or “not enough payout”.  It is true that tuition costs have risen to record levels. The number of people borrowing to cover costs has also increased. However, a new report suggests college degrees valuable despite costs. College Degree Valuable Despite Costs By […]

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Preparation Questions

March 2, 2017 | Posted in Chapter 13

Debt problems can be complicated. This is especially true for secured debts or priority debts like taxes. Debt relief through bankruptcy can help. Make sure you ask these Chapter 13 bankruptcy preparation questions. Take the time to speak to a bankruptcy attorney in Dayton  about what to expect. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Preparation Questions First, how is […]

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Preparation Questions

February 28, 2017 | Posted in Chapter 7

Being in debt and unable to make payments is stressful. Things like creditor harassment, lawsuits and damaged credit make it worse. When it comes time to seek debt relief through bankruptcy it is important to ask Chapter 7 bankruptcy preparation questions. Take the time to speak to a Fairfield OH bankruptcy lawyer about what to expect. Chapter […]

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Medical Debt Problems Cause Bankruptcy

February 22, 2017 | Posted in Medical Bills

In the midst of the healthcare debate among the nation’s governing body lies a bigger issue. The amount of medical debt families face is a real problem. Cancer, chronic illness or a major accident can all saddle families with unbearable medical debt. For many, those medical debt problems cause bankruptcy. Fortunately, the bankruptcy process can […]

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Debt Among Seniors Increasing Bankruptcy Filings

February 16, 2017 | Posted in Debt

Debt sees no faces. It has no preference for young or elderly. There is no discrimination among income levels. Debt plagues far too many in this country today. However, one groups is particularly vulnerable to debt problems. That is lower income seniors. These days, debt among seniors increasing bankruptcy filings. Debt Among Seniors Increasing Bankruptcy […]

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Money Problems Hurting Relationships

February 14, 2017 | Posted in Money Management

Whether you celebrate it or not, today is Valentine’s Day. A day where some couples do a  little extra to let their loved one know they care. While we all devote ourselves to our significant others, doing so doesn’t come without its challenges. In fact, there are daily headaches that can drive us apart at […]

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Four Money Mistakes Haunting Millennials

February 9, 2017 | Posted in Money Management

The financial outlook for the majority of millennials is frightening. Too many are drowning in different types of debt. From the inability to survive on their paycheck to being denied mortgages, millennials’ debt is a real problem. It is important to learn the four money mistakes haunting millennials to avoid your own children from falling […]

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Student Loan Debt Problems Grow Each Year

January 24, 2017 | Posted in Student loans

We have all heard the bad outweigh the good of student loans. Today, 71% of college graduates carry student loan debt. 15% of those are behind on payments. The effects of student loan debt problems grow each year. Soaking up paychecks to blocking mortgage applications. Where will it end? Student Loan Debt Problems Grow Each […]

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Times When Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Is Best

January 19, 2017 | Posted in Chapter 13

Debt burdens are stressful. Each person’s situation is unique. Many people carry a mixture of different types of debt. Often, this makes choosing a debt relief option difficult. Understanding the times when Chapter 13 bankruptcy is best for them may not be clear. Times When Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Is Best One sign this may be […]

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