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Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Law Change

Did the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Law Change? The first wave of 10-year faithful payers under the public service ...
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Puerto Rico Bankruptcy

Puerto Rico Bankruptcy

Puerto Rico Bankruptcy – What Does This Mean for the U.S.? Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory, has become completely bankrupt: ...
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Loan vs Credit Card

Loans vs Credit Cards- What You Need To Know

Loans and credit cards have many similarities. However, loans and credit cards do have distinct differences from each other.  Loans ...
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Will My Home Be Searched When Filing Bankruptcy?

Many people fear that a bankruptcy trustee will search their house or apartment during bankruptcy.  Many believe that a cataloging ...
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What happens if you default on your credit cards?

What Happens if I Default On My Credit Card Debt?

Credit card balances can increase in size easily.  The monthly payments can quickly become impossible to pay.   What happens if ...
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How Much Interest is Allowed on a Loan in Indiana?

In Indiana, loans are generally capped at a maximum interest rate.  Under new legislation, most loans under $50,000 are only ...
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3 Warning Signs That Your Financial Life is Out of Control

Your financial life is important to your overall security and peace of mind. When your financial life becomes out of ...
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Speeding Up Your Bankruptcy Process

When people are overwhelmed with the debt, they many times want to get bankruptcy relief quickly.  It is possible to ...
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Ways to Plan for Medical Emergencies After Filing for Bankruptcy

Medical emergencies can create large, unexpected debts.  Sometimes medical debts can even cause bankruptcy.  It is important to plan for ...
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Tips to Stop Collection Calls

Need to Stop Collection Calls? Collection calls can be horrible.  Although some collectors are polite and understanding, many debt collectors ...
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