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July 05, 2011

Loan Consolidation

Loan consolidation is a strategy that can be used to eliminate high interest loans. The process involves taking out a new loan to pay off outstanding debts. Therefore, debtors must have sufficient credit scores to obtain financing.

While loan consolidation may seem like a good idea, it's important to calculate the true costs before submitting a loan application. This is especially crucial when taking out a home equity loan which requires using real estate as collateral.

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May 21, 2010

Consolidate Loans

Most people choose to consolidate loans in order to eliminate multiple payments and reduce overall interest. By combining two or more loans, borrowers can lower monthly expenses and potentially improve personal credit scores. In order to consolidate loans, borrowers must possess a good credit score and a history of consistently paying debts on time.

Before making a final decision to consolidate loans, borrowers should take time to conduct research and compare loan consolidation lenders and applicable rates. Additionally, borrowers should obtain credit reports from each of the credit reporting bureaus. Banks have tightened lending criteria and rarely allow borrowers enter into loan consolidation if they have low FICO scores or attached liens or judgments.

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October 07, 2009

Debt Problems

Debt problems are affecting more Americans today than ever before. The financial crisis of Wall Street left many people with worthless financial portfolios, while the unemployment crisis has drained many saving accounts. Add in wasteful spending habits and you have a recipe for financial disaster.

Many options exist to eliminate debt problems, but it takes patience and commitment to get out of debt. Individuals with mounting debts must take a hard look at spending habits to determine where their money is being spent.

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September 26, 2009

Debt Solutions

Today, many people are looking for debt solutions. They are tired of being stressed out by mounting debt and exorbitant interest rates. Millions of Americans require immediate debt help in order avoid foreclosure or bankruptcy.

Several debt solutions exist including: budgeting, debt consolidation, debt management, debt settlement, credit counseling and bankruptcy. Each option carries its own set of pros and cons. Not all options are available to everyone. Some require debtors to meet specific criteria, while others charge fees for services rendered.

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February 17, 2009


The word 'bankrupt' refers to a person or business that is financially ruined. Both people and companies can rebound from being bankrupt, but their chances for success are limited if they don't take time to investigate what caused them to become bankrupt in the first place.

Today, there is an abundance of bankrupt people and businesses. From automakers and lending institutions, to the corner grocer and your neighbors. Everywhere you turn there is news of gloom and doom, a failing economy, and unemployed people

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December 28, 2008

Debt Help

Millions of consumers need debt help, but most do not know where to turn. From debt consolidation to debt settlement and credit counseling to bankruptcy; there are programs which address nearly any financial dilemma. The problem is determining which is best suited for your needs.

Today, we're going to review debt help programs and what they offer. Since there are numerous options, this article briefly touches upon the most popular. Additional information and resources can be obtained by clicking on the highlighted links.

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December 25, 2008

Credit Counseling

Credit counseling is a good option for people who are considering bankruptcy or those who have trouble managing their money. Credit counseling is also good for people who are just starting out and want to ensure they begin their life journey with a strong financial foothold.

Credit counseling is available in nearly every metropolitan city across the United States. Most agencies charge a fee for their services. However, there are non-profit credit counseling agencies that provide no- or low-cost services to those who qualify.

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October 15, 2008


Budgeting is something many people are talking about these days. With the ever-rising cost of living, millions of Americans are struggling to get by. They are using their credit cards to pay for everything from their morning coffee and fast food lunch to utilities and automobile payments. The problem is their credit card debt is becoming insurmountable and consumers are quickly drowning in debt.

Budgeting is not a difficult task; however, it does require taking time to review your household finances and develop a plan. Budgeting also requires self-discipline and a strong desire to get out of debt and stop living paycheck to paycheck.

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September 30, 2008

Consolidate Debt

Many people opt to consolidate debt in order to eliminate high-interest loans and credit card debt. Instead of making multiple payments to various lenders, consumers take out a new loan and rollover all debt into that loan. Depending on the amount owed, consolidating debt into one loan can save a significant amount of interest over the long-run.

For homeowners, there are three ways to consolidate debt. These include cash-out refinancing, home equity loans, and home equity line of credit.

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September 12, 2008

Debt Reduction

Debt reduction is the key to mastering finances and breaking free from creditors. As Americans, we have been conditioned to buy, buy, buy. However, this brainwashing has left us with a nation known for its consumer debt. It has been estimated that U.S. consumer debt has skyrocketed to more than $2 trillion, or an average of $20,000 per American.

Debt reduction is a sure-fire way to eventually eliminate debts and achieve your financial goals. However, you must take steps to adjust spending habits and develop a plan to pay off outstanding debts.

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