Posts tagged ‘debt consolidation’

Debt Consolidation Strategies: Tips on Paying Off Your Debts

Posted February 22, 2017 under Personal Finance | 1 Comment

Having debts can cause unnecessary stress. And when it’s not properly managed, all the worry and stress can strain your relationships, and even lead to health problems. That’s why it’s important to never let your debts go out of control. Or else, the compounding interests on your loans will drag your finances down in a […]

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Four Debt Payment Strategies Every Person Should Know

Posted June 13, 2012 under Personal Finance | 5 Comments

Do you have huge credit card debts? What are you doing to get rid of it? Most people just pay whatever they can afford every month, with some only paying the minimum amount due on their credit cards. If this is simply what you’re doing, then your payment strategy is “weak” and could use an […]

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

Posted August 1, 2011 under 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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How I Have Gotten Out of Debt through Settlement

Posted July 24, 2010 under Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 10 Comments

Today, I’m giving you a guest post from Jason Holmes who has successfully gotten out of debt through debt consolidation or settlement. While this is not a very common practice in the Philippines, it is in the USA. So I hope my readers in America can appreciate Jason’s story and the advise he offers. Let’s […]

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