Posts Tagged ‘debt consolidation loan’

Tips Series: How To Avoid Bankruptcy

By • Aug 5th, 2011 • Category: Bankruptcy

by . SantiMB . Here is our latest article on Avoid Bankruptcy Article by Jon Arnold Many people think that filing bankruptcy is an easy way to solve all their debt and credit related problems. Many people do not realize that debt can so easily be fixed and they can enjoy good credit again. There [...]

Tips Series: How to Avoid Bankruptcy

By • Jul 16th, 2011 • Category: Bankruptcy

Check out our latest article on Avoid Bankruptcy Article by Alan Lechts Many people think bankruptcy is a good solution when they are in trouble with their money. In some cases, this is true, but many times, there are ways to avoid bankruptcy. Refinancing, debt consolidation, negotiations, and credit counseling are a few ways to [...]

Tips Series: Ways to Avoid Bankruptcy

By • Mar 21st, 2011 • Category: Bankruptcy

by safoocat Here is todays post on Avoid Bankruptcy Many people now a days have severe financial difficulties. While bankruptcy is usually the last resort in a long road of financial pressures for many, others may declare bankruptcy a little too early, sometimes without even considering the bankruptcy alternatives. There are several options available for [...]

Tips Series: Avoiding Bankruptcy is a Possibility

By • Feb 19th, 2011 • Category: Bankruptcy

by . SantiMB . Here is todays post on Avoid Bankruptcy Desperate financial times sometimes call for desperate measures like bankruptcy but just know that avoiding bankruptcy is possible. If you are serious about attaining financial freedom and peace of mind while honouring your debt, there are several ways of doing so. Without bankruptcy on [...]

Understanding Unsecured Loans for Debt Consolidation

By • Mar 9th, 2009 • Category: Debt Consolidation

People get themselves into a vicious cycle that they carry with them for years and years.  People will just increase the debt on their credit cards and then try to find unsecured personal loans for debt consolidation. Then they turn around and start spending on those cards again while they are still paying every month [...]

Debt Consolidation A-Z

By • Feb 4th, 2009 • Category: Debt Consolidation

You may have the term debt consolidation but may not have been able to get a clear grasp on what the term really means. Well there are times when you have more than one type of debt and are having issues paying them back because you are struggling to handle the gross monthly payments that [...]

A Debt Management Program Is All Worth It

By • Dec 29th, 2008 • Category: Debt Consolidation

It’s very difficult to manage multiple debts. Your earnings for the month are not enough to cover the monthly repayments required. Letters from your creditors keep on coming on your doorstep. There will be times when you just want to run away from your creditors. You don’t know how to get out from the financial [...]

Personal Finance Explained

By • Nov 5th, 2008 • Category: Personal Finance

The completed puzzle of the financial pieces of your life are covered by an umbrella term referred to as your personal finances.It implies not only the various channels through which you acquire funds for your personal use like loans and credit cards; it also includes the process of budgeting, saving and expenditure. We borrow money [...]

What Is Homeowner Debt Consolidation

By • Oct 27th, 2008 • Category: Debt Consolidation

Image via Wikipedia When we try to live what we think is our best possible way of life it can be very expensive. Although it has been easy for us to get credit for several years, it has caused a disastrous end result for some of us. Although you may have had enough funds to [...]

Government Debt Consolidation Loans are Available

By • Oct 23rd, 2008 • Category: Debt Consolidation

Getting into debt is not something which anybody wants to do, but it can sneak up on you without warning. Maybe you are a newly minted college graduate struggling with student loans, a auto loan and a mortgage. The best way to deal with debt is to not get into it in the first place. [...]