Posts tagged ‘bad debt’

You’ve Got To Know When to Hold Debt — and When to Fold It

Updated: February 21, 2014 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 3 Comments

I have friends who are really debt-averse. Sadly, I can’t blame them for being that for most have personally experienced, or have seen someone close to them, struggle through the difficulties of being in deep financial debt – the worries, headaches, sleepless nights and much more. But on the other hand, I’m fortunate to know […]

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Three Common Debt Collector Lies

Updated: June 30, 2016 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 7 Comments

Being deep in loans and credit card debt is hard enough – but add to that the negativity and harassment of debt collectors, and you’ve got yourself a major headache. Fortunately, we have today guest blogger, Christopher, who shares below three common lies that debt collectors tell. His examples may show cases for the US, […]

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Top 10 Signs That Say You’ll Never Get Out of Debt

Updated: April 23, 2017 | Mindsetting, Personal Finance | 21 Comments

Having debts is a normal part of a person’s financial life. You are not alone – millions of people have debts. So there’s really no reason for you to pity yourself for having debts because as I said, it’s normal. However, what is important for you to realize and remember is that, not all debts […]

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