In the Media


Americans Are Saving Less Than Ever, But Some See A Silver LiningIn The Media Link

“The majority of Americans are just one emergency expense away from being broke.”

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Everyone Deserves a $econd ChanceIn The Media Link

Ryan Lochte’s becoming the poster boy for second chances, and the latest company to put their money behind his comeback is Debt.com.

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Ryan Lochte Just Scored Another Endorsement Deal — With A Very Appropriate Slogan…In The Media Link

Even though his time on Dancing With The Stars was especially short-lived, the disgraced Olympic swimmer is trying to make a comeback, and now, he’s doing it with… Debt.com?!?!

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Five Odd Scholarships For Your Senior To Apply For!In The Media Link

My son is a high school senior, and my stomach lurched when the Louisiana legislature essentially laid waste to the TOPS program. Like many parents, I am searching for alternate ways to help fund his college education.

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Five Reasons Your Credit Keeps Getting RejectedIn The Media Link

If you’ve ever been denied a loan or credit card, you likely wondered why. Some lenders, especially credit card companies, can be less than forthcoming about the reasons for your denial.

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Guide to Building a Million Dollar Retirement AccountIn The Media Link

You don’t know exactly how much money you’ll need to fund your retirement. But you do know that entering retirement with $1 million or more saved up sounds good.

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Student Debt Puts a Damper on Dating After CollegeIn The Media Link

Ah to be young and in love! Turns out it may not be so easy when you’re also young and in debt.

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Student Debt Puts a Damper on Dating After CollegeIn The Media Link

Ah to be young and in love! Turns out it may not be so easy when you’re also young and in debt.

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How Florida’s student debt stacks up nationallyIn The Media Link

Florida is somewhere in the middle when it comes to how individuals with student loans fare, ranking above several other states in the Southeast in a recent WalletHub study.

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How to repair your credit without getting ripped offIn The Media Link

You’ve probably seen ads from companies promising a “new credit identity” — that is, a fresh start for your credit history. It may seem like just the thing you need to get your credit back on track, but it’s actually a scam.

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