Bernie Sanders Releases New Plan for Doing Away with Medical Debt

Medical debt is one of the fastest growing categories of debt in this country. Next to student loans, medical debt is ballooning at a record pace. It’s often medical emergencies

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This is Often How Debt is Handled During a Divorce

Divorces, for the most part, are emotional and messy. Both sides fight about joint money, possessions, and debt. It can be hard for two people, who bought and invested together,

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Is It Smart to Stop Saving for Retirement to Get Rid of Debt?

If you’re one of millions of Americans who struggle with debt, you might be frustrated. Money seems to be going out the door at a fast pace. You just want

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5 Reasons Why Your Credit Score Went Down

A lot of people struggle with their credit score. They try their best to work towards having good credit. Without a good score, life can be difficult. You might face

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Betsy DeVos Finally Agrees to Cancel Student Debt from ITT Tech

ITT Technical Institute was one of the many colleges that scammed students by making promises it couldn’t, or wouldn’t fulfill. In a fight to cancel student debt, Senator Elizabeth Warren

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5 Unexpected Ways You Can Use Your Credit Card

Credit cards have a long history in our country. They date back to the early 1900s have been used mainly as specific store cards. For example, you can get a

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Struggling with Debt? Avoid THESE at All Costs!

Debt is one of those things where we have to seriously consider whether it can positively or negatively influence our life. Yes, that can have its good moments. You need

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More Companies Using “Try Before You Buy” to Get Younger People into Credit

There’s nothing like instant gratification and urging people to buy things they cannot afford. Yet, it’s certainly the tactic many new startups are using to get the younger generation into

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Large Number of Americans Expect to Have Debt the Rest of their Lives

Back in December, CreditCards.com did a survey asking 1,000 Americans about their debt and their thoughts surrounding it. What the survey revealed was quite shocking. As much as 25% of

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