Consider Credit Debt Consolidation

Sep 14, 09 Consider Credit Debt Consolidation

Posted by in Budgeting, Family Matters, Saving

Welcome to the number one recession survival blog! Sign up for our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to get the most out of the information provided here. Thanks for joining us! Tweet Americans have really been hurt by the recession.  Many people have watched their debt...

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Avoid Loan Default

Tweet The necessity of obtaining a college education in an increasingly technological world is a stark reality for those pondering how they will pay for said education.  For the vast majority of new college entrants, government loans represent the most viable means...

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The Negative Equity Groove

Feb 18, 09 The Negative Equity Groove

Posted by in Budgeting

Tweet As a little girl, I can recall the sounds of Frankie Beverly, Keith Sweat or “The Elements” wafting through the hall as my momma grooved around the house with a mop, a vacuum cleaner, Windex, and Pledge.  The music soothed her as she tidied the living room and...

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What If I Am Facing Foreclosure?

Jan 24, 09 What If I Am Facing Foreclosure?

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Tweet The housing numbers are frightening.  Not only are new home starts at historic lows, but economists are predicting an even higher number of foreclosures in 2009.  A foreclosure is a proceeding in which a lender or creditor seeks to repossess the collateral for a...

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Bargain Away Credit Card Debt

Jan 03, 09 Bargain Away Credit Card Debt

Posted by in News, Saving

Tweet Finally, the recession is producing tangible benefits for the average American.  Credit card lenders are so worried about huge numbers of people defaulting on their credit card payments that they are willing to negotiate debt settlements that are very favorable to...

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