Credit Card Debt vs Student Loan Debt

Student Loan Debt vs. Credit Card Debt: Which Should I Pay Off?

Facing student loan debt and credit card debt Q: I graduated with my degree last year, but I’m in a world of debt. Right now I have $22,000 in subsidized Stafford student loan debt, and $17,000 in credit card debt from covering what FAFSA, SNAP, and a part time job didn’t. My current income is […]

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How to Handle Debt After Hurricane Irma

Many residents are still trying to figure out how to get groceries for their families, much less how to get to work or handle credit card payments. Small business owners are going through similar plights, trying to figure out how to allow their employees to come back to work after suffering hundreds of thousands of dollars of damage to their properties.

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Can a Credit Card Company Sue You?

Q: I am not sure if I am being scammed or not, but I got served with a lawsuit this past week. It’s for a delinquent credit card debt that I do owe, but it seems to say that the credit card company itself is suing me. It’s a moot point, as I’m so broke that I’m moving back to Tampa to live with my parents. Can a credit card company sue you?

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Getting in Over Your Head With Fantasy Football Debt?

If you work in an office, frequent sports bars or peruse sports related websites then you’re well aware of America’s second favorite past-time. Fantasy Football started as an Internet-based fan activity that has ballooned from its humble days on YahooGroups and Usenet into a multimillion dollar industry.

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Being Sued by a Debt Collector?

You probably never imagined finding yourself being sued by a debt collector. Nobody ever plans to get into an amount of debt that they cannot repay, or at least keep up with over time. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, it can happen to anybody.

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How Are Wrongful Death Settlement Distributions Paid Out?

Wrongful death lawsuits are horribly traumatic for survivors. In a way it forces them to relive the loss of their loved one and the horrible circumstances in which it occurred. Florida law strictly governs who can recover, what damages they can recover, and at what age they can recover them.

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