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  • Which bills should you not pay when your income is cut?
    Which bills should you not pay when your income is cut?
    For many people, it can be easy to find a job, but it’s really hard to get enough working hours to pay your bills every month. While past generations were able to rely on a set work schedule and were able to count on some measure of job...
  • 5 ways to get out of debt faster
    5 ways to get out of debt faster
    If you’re struggling to pay your bills each month, or if paying your debts is preventing you from doing the things you want to do, then you need a way to get your loans paid off quickly. Figuring out how to do that, though, can be difficult....
  • Is debt consolidation a good idea if you're still in school?
    Is debt consolidation a good idea if you're still in school?
    Whether you just graduated high school or returning to college as an adult, being in school can be a tough situation for your personal finances. You’re not in a position to earn a lot of money at a job yet, and if you do find work it can be...
  • Vincent Kartheiser in 2015
    ‘Mad Men’ vet set to star in new drama ‘Debt’
    “Mad Men” ended its seven-season run in May, and now its stars are mobbing on to new projects. Vincent Kartheiser is the latest “Mad Men” veteran to sign on to a new series. Kartheiser has signed on to “Debt,” a...
  • Taking care of your debt while you're still in school
    Taking care of your debt while you're still in school
    It’s almost time for the fall semester to start, and for many people, that means coming up with the money to make another tuition payment. If you’re like most students, though, it can seem next to impossible to scrape up enough money...
  • Greeks protest needed reforms
    Greece votes “no” then surrenders
    Leftists around the world were ecstatic when Greek voters loudly proclaimed “oxi” (no), in a national referendum on a package of budget cuts and structural changes required by international creditors. Unfortunately (for them) Greece...
  • National Debt Relief Companies
    Which are the Top 10 national debt relief companies of 2015?
    There are several debtors in America who find it extremely difficult to manage their debts responsibly and often turn to financial professionals to help them with debt management. While a few of these heavily indebted individuals are victims of...
  • A place called home
    Dealing with tax liens under the IRS Fresh Start Program
    With the onset of the IRS Fresh Start Program, many of us have been intrigued by the allure of “freshness” that the program’s name implies. While some of the changes in key aspects of the program – consider the slight...
  • 5 ways debt consolidation can help you
    5 ways debt consolidation can help you
    Debt consolidation loans are a great way to get out of debt and start saving money. For many people, these loans have helped them save hundreds of dollars every month while paying off their debts. These loans can do a lot more than help you fix...
  • Chairman Mike Coffman (R-CO) speaks during a House Veterans Affairs Subcommittee
    VA tells living vet he’s dead, VA lies continue
    How would you like being notified by the government that you’re dead? This is exactly what happened to veteran Robert Pressley of North Carolina. His family received the document offering their condolences and checks to pay for his burial...
  • 6 ways debt consolidation can help you
    6 ways debt consolidation can help you
    If you're looking for a way to get out of debt, then you might want to consider a debt consolidation loan. These loans have you work with a debt counselor to find a loan that pays off all of your existing debt. Instead of juggling credit card...
  • Capital controls instituted by Greece could threaten to bring about a Civil War
    Capital controls instituted by Greece could threaten to bring about a Civil War
    On April 20, Greece's legislative body issued a new decree that all banks must deposit their un-used or un-allocated money into the nation's central bank, sparking a wave of panic as the government began what is sure to be a number of new...
  • President Obama discussing the importance of making college more affordable
    Obama announces ‘Student Aid Bill of Rights’ to make college affordable
    Issuing a clarion call to Americans saddled by student debt, President Barack Obama urged student borrowers Tuesday to stand up for their rights, and announced a medley of steps to bring some order to a notoriously chaotic system.ATLANTA -...
  • President Obama
    5 financial tips for parents of millennials
    When the economic tsunami of 2007-2008 hit, no individual group or age cohort was spared. For the new generation of Capital Region college grads, the millennials–those born between 1980 and 2000–are going to impact and shape the...
  • Smug State of the Union Address
    Sad state of the union thanks to the chief
    The number one thing that stands out like a blatant lie is Obama’s comment on the “Shrinking Deficit” wherein the only gram of truth is in the future decade which will be long after he’s gone. His Socialist medicine...
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