Posts tagged ‘bad debt’

6 Early Warning Signs of Debt Trouble and How To Avoid It

Published: June 6, 2019 | Personal Finance | 2 Comments

People who are deep in financial liabilities didn’t just wake up one day and suddenly found themselves drowning in debt. Debt troubles don’t happen overnight. In most cases, it started from a series of bad financial decisions and poor money habits, which were left unchecked and never corrected. Below are some of the early warning […]

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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 29, 2019 | Mindsetting, Personal Finance | 22 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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