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“The majority of Americans are just one emergency expense away from being broke.”
Question: Dear Steve, After 12 years of schooling to obtain a doctorate in veterinary medicine as well as a masters in public
Steve Rhode Get Out of Debt Guy - Twitter, G+, Facebook The FTC said, "In its complaint against DeVry, the FTC alleges that
Both for-profit and non-profit colleges and universities are going to come under much more scrutiny very quickly as more
If I was right in reading the tea leaves about the regulation allowing people to apply for federal student loan forgiveness when they were defrauded, then I would bet the government will be closing that door soon.
The real question everyone needs to ask is at what point do you sacrifice a safer financial future to attempt to remedy an unfortunate past financial situation? To understand the role and/or strategy of this approach you have to apply math and reality rather than just emotion and assumptions. Which do you think your banker is using?
I'm assuming you don't have much equity on your home. Otherwise that would have probably been tapped and drained. Well let's
Get Out of Debt Guy - Twitter, G+, Facebook It is entirely possible to settle private Navient student loans. I wrote about
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While the bankruptcy gave you a fresh start, it is unlikely it automatically discharged any of your student loans unless
The State of New York has opened up a new student loan assistance program, "Get On Your Feet," which I'm absolutely positive
Question: Dear Steve, I was young and dumb and didn't have any financial help with college. I took out student loans to support
I don't think there is a perfect one-size-fits-all debt solution company. The best solution is dependent both on financial goals and emotional desires. Before you pick the right service provider, you need to determine what solution is going to be the most logical.
An attorney reader sent me a case about another consumer who successfully had their federal student loans discharged in bankruptcy. This is a rapidly evolving topic and certainly not ever court district offer up the same considerations when it comes to a discharge.