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CREDIT CARD DEBT
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- Explore options for debt consolidation
- Stop throwing money away on interest charges
- Learn how to tell if you need professional help
- See if it’s time to settle for less than you owe
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STUDENT LOAN DEBT
Don’t let student loan debt hold you back another day!
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- Lower your monthly payments to avoid default
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- See if you qualify for student loan forgiveness
- Stop putting off life goals because of your debt
IRS & STATE TAX DEBT
End problems with back taxes to get your life back on track
- End wage garnishment, liens and levies
- Stop collections, even if you can’t afford to pay
- Get professional help to negotiate with the IRS
- Reduce penalties to get out of debt for less
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“My husband and I started with over $15,000 in credit card debt about 5 years ago. Today, we’ve paid off 3 cards completely and are paying off the last one now. It’s great to know we’re almost free of credit card debt.” Elizabeth M. - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
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Roughly one in five American adults suffer some form of mental illness, according to the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. And far more American workers have debt — 71 percent, according to Harris Poll research. That can be a toxic combination.Read More