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The Truth About Credit Card Counselors

A credit card counselor is generally a person who advertises debt relief services to individuals in debt. Debt counselors may offer general debt services or they may specialize in one area of debt, such as credit cards, mortgages, vehicle / vessel debt, etc. Before the financial crisis hit the U.S., […]

The Best Way to Get Out of Credit Card Debt

Perhaps the best way to get out of credit card debt is to never get into credit card debt, but that advice helps few who are reading this article.  For those who are already in debt, the answer may not be as clear as desired.  The best way to get […]

Secured and Unsecured Debt Explained

The law generally recognizes two types of debt, secured and unsecured.  Secured debt is backed by collateral, usually in the form of a house, car, boat, or other piece of valuable property.  Unsecured debt is backed only by a person’s promise to pay.  Credit card debt is a common example […]

President Shames Banks and Bailouts

President Barack Obama was recently very direct and on target when making his case for financial reform, close to where the economic crash all began—near Wall Street at the Cooper Union, in lower Manhattan. He, rightfully, blamed the fiscal meltdown, only two years ago, on bankers’ “failure of responsibility.” ”The […]