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5 Smart Steps to a Debt-Free Retirement

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Posted in: Budgeting, Retirement

What are your retirement plans? You might dream of spending more time with your family, relaxing, taking up new hobbies, or going on the vacation of a lifetime. But if your retirement is approaching and you’re still struggling with debt, those dreams could be harder to achieve. Retirement is expensive, but being in debt could
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6 Ways to Save Your Sanity When Debt Collectors Call

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Posted in: Credit Cards, Debt

If debt collection calls are causing you stress, these tips could help you deal with them better. No matter how many times you’ve been contacted by a debt collection agency, the calls are never easy. The stress of being in debt can be too much to bear all by itself. But getting multiple collection calls
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5 Facts About Debt Collection Calls You Need to Know

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Posted in: Credit Cards, Debt

It’s hard enough to be in heavy debt. But if you’ve fallen behind and creditors or debt collection agencies are calling you at home or work, your stress levels could be at an all-time high. You might feel confused, angry, or even guilty about these calls. But have you ever considered that your creditors might
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Garage Sale Smarts: 5 Ways to Get the Biggest Bargains

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Posted in: Money

With summer in full swing, now’s the perfect time to get incredible deals at local garage sales. And if you’re trying to overcome heavy debt, these sales can be a great way to get what you need for less and even make money by reselling what you find. Here are a few tips that could
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6 Signs You May Have Too Much Debt

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Posted in: Budgeting, Credit Cards, Debt, Debt Options

Almost everyone has some type of debt, and not all debt is bad debt. Your debt may be completely manageable—or it could be a time bomb waiting to go off. Here’s how to know if you’re in a situation where it might be smart to start investigating debt consolidation loans, debt reduction programs, and other
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Debt Consolidation 101

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Posted in: Budgeting, Debt, Debt Consolidation, Debt Options, Debt Relief, Money

People struggling with heavy debt are often told to consolidate their debt. But it’s important to understand that consolidating your debt isn’t the same thing as paying off your debt. And debt consolidation isn’t the same as credit counseling or debt negotiation, either. Simply put, consolidating debt merely means to combine all your debts into
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The Truth About America’s Debt Crisis

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Posted in: Budgeting, Debt, Debt Options, Money

If you’re worried about your debt, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans struggle with debt every year. And America’s debt situation is only getting worse, with credit card debt reaching a whopping $1 trillion in early 2017. What’s causing America’s debt crisis? Flat wages, reliance on credit, and the inability to pay off debt puts
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