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The Student Loan Paradox

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College Education has been a big topic in the news lately. The focus of most of the conversation has been around a couple things – 1) is going to college still relevant in an age where people like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg are becoming billionaires without graduating college, and 2) Is a college education worth the price?

The fact of the matter is college education is a trillion dollar ...

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Halloween Debt

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Happy Halloween!

Today may be a scary day for some, but especially for those who are facing the horrors of debt. It’s easy to push our stresses aside during the holidays and tell ourselves that we’ll deal with it “tomorrow”. However, debt is a problem that needs to be dealt with head on and as quickly as possible!

It has the ability to bring you real harm, causing havoc on both your finances ...

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Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball

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When it comes to resolving debt, there isn’t a one size fits all solution. Some people may be able to reduce debt on their own, and others may need professional help. If you are looking to pay down debt on your own, you may have heard about two popular approaches – the snowball and avalanche methods.

If not, you’re probably wondering what winter fun has to do with resolving debt. These are ...

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Small Business Debt

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Opening up a small business always seems like a good idea: it helps the local economy, provides jobs and lets you, the owner, do something that you’re passionate about. In fact, Freedom Debt Relief started out as a small business with only five employees.

Now, while we are a mid-sized company, our passion for debt relief has only grown even stronger. This is not to say that we have not endured our ...

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Manage Medical Debt

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People get into debt for a variety of reasons, one of them being the inability to pay for their medical bills. These bills may come from regular check-ups to emergency room visits, and the costs can quickly add up. It’s a problem that devastates many households each year and according to a 2013 study, it’s also the number one cause of bankruptcy.

Medical bills already have a reputation for being complicated, but ...

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