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NewPosted May 22, 2016

I'm sorry to hear of your hardships. You need to contact a local credit counseling agency such as Consumer Credit Counseling Services. They will rev...

NewPosted May 20, 2016

I'm not fully understanding your financial situation. Based on your question I can't tell if you owe a total of $6,000 or a total of $3,600. Owing $...

NewPosted May 20, 2016 · Las Vegas, NV

There are many factors that will determine the answer to your question. The following information must be known in order to properly give a suggestio...

NewPosted May 20, 2016 · Washington, DC
American Consumer Credit Counseling

American Consumer Credit Counseling

NFCC Certified Credit Counselor

Here is our advice without knowing what your monthly expenses or credit card interest rates are.

First, you should calculate your monthly income and...

NewPosted May 20, 2016
Dr. Mary Bell Carlson

Dr. Mary Bell Carlson

CFP®, AFC®, CRC, PhD

Short answer: it could. Most of the time when someone asks you to co-sign, it is because they do not have the ability to get the credit on their own. ...

NewPosted May 19, 2016

Congratulations on making savings a priority...it really is!

Expenses are either fixed, variable, or perhaps periodic. But just because you choose to...

NewPosted May 19, 2016

The best way to minimize your out of pocket expenses is by requesting approval for a "Short Sale" from your mortgage company. They can authorize you ...

NewPosted May 19, 2016 · Atlanta, GA

In a word: yes! Any repossession will remain on your credit for up to 7 years. In addition, you may end up owing more than you borrowed. If the Titl...

NewPosted May 19, 2016

Most 401k plans allow you to withdraw money after you turn 59 1/2 even if you continue to work at the company. However, you should confirm with your H...

NewPosted May 19, 2016

So sorry your going through such tough times and wishing you a speedy recovery.

You might want to speak with a bankruptcy attorney to see what option...

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