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  1. The Types of Debt Relief
    If you are seeking debt relief, there may be many solutions out there to help you with your debt problem. When you have a piling debt problem, it may be time that you seek debt relief and get the right solution to your problem.
    By Sean A. Kelly

  2. Using Student Loan Consolidation to Reduce Education Debt
    Student loan consolidation allows post graduates to refinance multiple education loans into one new loan Borrowers can obtain a reduced rate of interest; eliminate multiple payment schedules; and lower monthly payments through consolidation...
    By Simon Volkov

  3. Your Rights Are Protected From Debt Collection Agencies
    As you find ways to minimize the burden of the debt you carry, be that through a credit counselor or someone offering free bankruptcy advice, it's important to understand your privacy rights in regard to debt collection practices in the...
    By Jenny Heart

  4. Debt-Snowball Method Plus Debt Consolidation
    The debt snowball method has become very popular as a mean of resolving debt problems. The method is efficient though it might not be the best. Yet, the economical and psychological effects it provides...
    By Kate M Ross

  5. How Can I Get Advice on Debt?
    Although the average family is now in 2010 almost twice as much in debt as they would have been around 5 years ago many people still do not know what their options are or indeed how to find help and get advice with their debts. The one place...
    By Geoffrey Hibbert

  6. Helping in Debt Management
    In today's commercial world we are closely associated with the term called debt management. Debt management means managing or paying off the debt which is still left to be cleared in full. Paying back the long standing credit to the creditor is...
    By Jared D. Irving

  7. Good Debt or Bad? A Simple Guide...
    Many people think of debt as a bad thing, and in many cases, they're absolutely right. However, there are several instances where debt can be a good thing, and can help you achieve your financial dreams. Here's a primer on the difference...
    By Andrew Tucker

  8. Why You Should Sue a Debt Collector
    If you're in debt up to your ears, you might be worried that a debt collector might sue you for not paying on your debt. But did you know that there are many reasons for which you can actually sue them instead?
    By Sean Payne

  9. What Is The FDCPA?
    In order to battle the matters associated with harassing debt collectors and debt collection companies, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (also known as the FDCPA) was formed. The laws and regulations authorized by the Fair Debt...
    By Jonathan Summers


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