How to Know When Debt Collectors Using Fake Summons Contact You

You have just been served with a court summons. As soon as you first realized what you were holding in…

6 months ago

Plan on Leaving the Country? Maybe Not if Your Tax Debt is Too High

Did you know that you could be denied a passport or have your passport revoked for excessive tax debt? You…

6 months ago

Snowflake, Snowball, and More Methods to Paying Off Debt

Snowflakes, Snowballs, and Avalanches: Get Serious about Paying Off Debt! It might seem counterintuitive in balmy Florida, but the key…

6 months ago

Pay Down Your Debt with the Debt Avalanche Method

As of April 18, 2018, the average credit card debt or household is $8180, with the total credit card debt…

6 months ago

Using the Snowball Method for Paying off Debt

For anyone searching Google for “methods to get out of debt” you have no doubt turned up various methods to…

7 months ago

How to Use the Snowflake Debt Approach in Three Steps

Money trouble -- it's a problem that just won't go away.  Millions of Americans find themselves in debt, with bills…

7 months ago

Will I be Sued for School Debt?

Question: Will I be sued for school debt? This is a reasonable question because nearly 11.2 percent of the $1.48…

7 months ago

Rags, Riches and Royalty: The Parable of the Thomas Markle Bankruptcies

The latest celebrity gossip and rags to riches story also has a more complicated financial lesson to go with it.…

7 months ago

A Few Tips: Are Retirement Accounts Exempt from Bankruptcy?

Declaring bankruptcy is a stressful process, whether you’re dealing with Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. However, contrary to popular belief,…

8 months ago

Is National Collegiate Trust a Federal Loan?

Is National Collegiate Trust a federal loan? First of all, if you’ve never taken out a private student loan and…

8 months ago