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How to Get Out of Business Debt

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

How to Get Out of Business Debt By: Staff These days, it seems that debt relief options are targeted at people with credit card debt or the average loan. But what about people who opened their own business and things turned out differently than expected? There is help for business owners too. Options Have [...]

Does debt settlement provide a quick fix to your debt woes?

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Does debt settlement provide a quick fix to your debt woes? Are you someone who owes an overwhelmingly large amount of debt on your credit cards? If answered yes, you need not fret or feel intimidated as there are ways in which you can tackle your debts by settling them either on your own or [...]

Hiring a Debt Settlement Company: Pros and Cons

Friday, March 18th, 2016

As with any form of dealing with debt you cannot repay, settlement of debt has its pros and cons. For many, hiring a consumer debt settlement company is the only way to make sure that the settlement happens. Before signing up with a professional debt settlement…

How Are Collection Agencies Held Accountable?

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

Make sure to be knowledgeable and aware of your rights as a consumer. Just because you are in debt doesn’t necessarily mean your privacy rights can be violated. Make sure to visit government…

Do You Have Way Too Much Credit Card Debt? Consider a Debt Settlement Solution

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Getting out of debt is a catch phrase in the financial world today, because far too many people are so deeply into debt that they cannot see a way out. If you are like the average American, you likely have $10,000 or more in credit card debt…

TASC: FTC Proposal Would Hurt Financial Industry

Sunday, December 20th, 2015

A recent post by (TASC) The Association of Settlement Companies, suggests FTC regulation may hurt the financial industry and cause some creditable debt settlement companies to make a substantially less profit.