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Five Major Ways to Save Money


There are two main roads to improving your personal finances: increasing income, and cutting costs.Increasing income is the harder road to travel.

Free Quick and Easy Money Saving Tips - Part 1


With the high cost of gasoline and the amount of money needed to lead a comfortable life slowly increasing many consumers may be worried about how to make ends meet. Fortunately there are lots of ways to save money in a variety of areas.

Free Quick and Easy Money Saving Tips - Part 2


Although many consumers would argue differently saving money doesn't have to be difficult. In fact by making just a few changes in your normal lifestyle you can find ways to free up extra cash that can be put to better use in a savings account or an investment account.

Creating A Realistic Budget


Budgeting -- ooh, what a scary word! If you want to frighten someone whose finances are out of control, suggest that they tally up their expenses on a piece of paper. We all understand the value of such an exercise, but when it comes to the practicality of putting a budget together, we get cold feet.

Hide That Car! Fighting the Repo Man


Vehicle repossession may appear justified in circumstances where a person is generally being irresponsible and otherwise able to meet this financial obligation. However, what about that hardworking guy or gal who paid their automobile note dutifully for three years, and missed one payment? Why should their car be repossessed?Basically, the lender owns your car until it is paid in full.

Dealing with Thingitis


Debt is quickly becoming an epidemic in America. However, through the past 50 years, America has not seen such large domestic growth.

Should You Invest In Savings Or Payoff Your Debts?


I have faced this financial question 8 years ago and recently I have friends asked me this same question. I think I should write it up so that it may help some of you that having the same situation.

The 5 Secrets to Getting Out of Debt Fast


As they stare down at a teetering pile of bills, so many consumers wonder how they racked up such a large debt. The answer boils down to simple mathematics.

Mr. Cheapies Frugal Budget Tips


So you feel like a hamster spinning your wheel? The faster you run, the faster the wheel spins. Just when you get a raise, you notice the price of hamster wheels jumps!Mr.

Start Small and Your Wealth Will Get Bigger


We've all heard the phrase, "You have to start somewhere." Nothing could be truer of creating wealth and prosperity in your life.

Debt Collectors; And what you can do to Get Them Out of your Life


FTC opinion letter on validation Section 809(a) of the FDCPA, 15 U.S.

Bankruptcy, Is It A Way Out


Negotiations with creditors have failed. Repossession is imminent and foreclosure proceedings have begun.

Top Ten Reasons People File for Bankruptcy


1. Eliminate the legal obligation to pay many of your debts.

What Is A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?


Many consumers that are bogged down in debt frequently turn to bankruptcy as a form of restoring their financial status back to a zero balance. Unfortunately many of these same consumers are confused when it comes to the difference between a Chapter 13 bankruptcy and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Is There Any Way To Get Out Of Debt?


In this era where we are bombarded daily with commercials on television, radio, billboards, through email, not to forget the flyers slipped under the car's wiper blades while shopping at the mall, it's no surprise that so many of us find ourselves endlessly in debt to the services and products offered by others. How can we refuse, when we're baited with the juicy orange carrot of '0% APR' up to a certain amount or for a specified time, or 'no money down' and 'easy installments' of just so much per month?Before we know it, we're in debt.

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Washington Post

Judge rejects DeVos's interpretation of order to halt partial student debt relief plan
Washington Post
The case stems from DeVos's decision in December to provide debt relief to former Corinthian students by comparing the average earnings of students in similar vocational programs. That earnings information is collected under gainful employment, ...
Education Department ordered to stop collecting debts from defrauded Corinthian College studentsThe Hill
The Future of Student Debt For Black People Is Looking Brighter: Here's WhyNews One

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Reuters

Greece expects substantive debt relief decisions from Eurogroup
Reuters
The Eurogroup will discuss debt relief to ensure Athens can return to market financing after eight years of loans from euro zone governments and the International Monetary Fund. “The accepted criteria for all sides is that this solution be convincing ...
Greek debt relief deal draws closerIndependent Balkan News Agency (press release) (blog)
Greece expects substantive debt relief conditions from Eurogroupwww.ekathimerini.com
Greece to get up to 15 billion euros after third bailout – German officialHellenic Shipping News Worldwide
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CA Attorney General secures $67 million in debt relief for former students of defunct for-profit school
Lexology
According to the announcement by the California Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, the debt relief totals $67 million for the former students. The complaint, filed on the same day as the order, alleges the company engaged in unlawful debt collection ...



U.S. News & World Report

The Macedonia Effect? Deal May Boost Greek Debt Relief Hopes
U.S. News & World Report
"One cannot rule out that it will have a positive impact, since Greece appears to be a force that solves instead of creating problems," a Greek government official said, dismissing any suggestion that debt relief is dependent on the Macedonian settlement.

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New York Times

DeVos Halts Partial Debt Relief Policy After Judge Slams Procedures
New York Times
In response to a court order last week, the Education Department said that it would grant a temporary postponement of loan payments for Corinthian students in lieu of federal debt-relief claims. It also said it would stop collection payments for four ...
Federal Commission on School Safety | U.S. Department of EducationUS Department of Education
President Donald J. Trump is Taking Immediate Actions to Secure Our SchoolsWhitehouse.gov
Betsy DeVos: School safety commission won't focus on gunsCNN

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Washington Post

Trump administration undermined student debt relief unit while claims mounted, watchdog finds
Washington Post
As thousands of applications for student debt forgiveness poured into the U.S. Education Department, the Trump administration cut the staff working on the claims and ordered a halt to an overhaul of the system, according to the agency's inspector general.



NBC Bay Area

Former Corinthian Students to Receive $67M in Private Loan Debt Relief
NBC Bay Area
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced in San Francisco on Thursday that the state has reached a settlement of $67 million in loan forgiveness for 35,000 students who took out private loans to attend programs of the now-defunct Corinthian ...
Nearly 35000 former Corinthian College students in California will see debt reliefLos Angeles Times
AG Becerra secures $67 million in debt relief for former defrauded Corinthian studentsKUSI
California Wins $67M in Debt Relief for Defrauded StudentsCourthouse News Service
The Business Journal
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Open Democracy

Greece: in need of a debt relief that actually works | openDemocracy
Open Democracy
It's not too late to steer the Greek economy and the EU towards a sustainable development course for the twenty-first century. There are tools to deliver this.

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Debt-Relief Scam to Pay $2.3 Million in FTC Settlement
Inside Higher Ed
The operators of a debt-relief scam have agreed to pay $2.3 million to settle Federal Trade Commission claims that they bilked student loan borrowers out of millions of dollars by pretending to be affiliated with the U.S. Education Department.
Court approves $12 million settlement between FTC and student debt relief companyLexology

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Mid-Year Financial Review By National Debt Relief
Benzinga
The year is halfway done and there are a lot of consumers who are still trying to figure out their finances that is why National Debt Relief shared some tips to assess their finances. The article titled "How To Do a Mid-Year Financial Review" released ...

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