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Archive for April 2018

Student Loans

Student Loans

It is common knowledge that further American education is an expensive endeavor. The average in-state student ends up paying more than $50,000 per year to get a four-year degree from a public college. Private and elite colleges typically cost even more, with institutions like Harvard and Stanford costing more than $200,000 for a four-year degree.…

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The Tricks Major Credit Card Banks Use to Cheat You

The Tricks Major Credit Card Banks Use to Cheat You

Many people end up making the mistake thinking that major banks are their friends. Unfortunately, this is not the truth. Big banks have been the cause of many crises in America—like, for example, the mortgage crisis of 2008. The goal of banks is to earn as much money as possible, and sometimes that requires using…

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Why Bankruptcy is Good

Why Bankruptcy Is Good

If you’ve been looking into bankruptcy, you’ve likely heard a lot about the negative consequence associated with the process. For example, your credit score will be negatively affected and the declaration will stay on your public record for seven to ten years, which could affect your ability to get a better job, housing, or future…

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Why Bankruptcy is Bad

Why Bankruptcy Is Bad

You’ve likely heard a lot of negative and positive things about bankruptcy and the process involved. Bankruptcy is a complex system and legal framework that allows individuals or businesses to refinance their debts or liquidate their assets efficiently in hopes of bettering their financial situations. Thousands of Americans every year are forced into filing for…

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Reduce Credit Card Debt

Reduce Credit Card Debt

Most people know that one of the hardest things to do is to reduce credit card debt. With that said, this debt is incredibly easy to fall into—which creates a never-ending loop as you try to get out. Considering that the average American household has at least $15,000 in credit card debt, options to reduce…

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Low Program Payment

Low Program Payment

Here at Strategic Debt Relief, we are proud to offer flexibility when it comes to meeting the needs of our clients. Our team of debt relief experts are trained to offer a low program payment specifically designed to match you and your budget, while still providing the services you need. If you’ve been struggling with…

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How to Get Out of Debt

As so many Americans do struggle with overwhelming financial issues, it can be a relief to hear stories of those who have learned how to get out of debt. US News released an article in August of 2012 detailing the story of a family who figured out how to get out of debt and move…

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How to Get Out of Credit Card Debt

If you’re like most other Americans, how to get out of credit card debt is likely one of the biggest questions on your mind right now. Although it may seem impossible, you are absolutely able to get out of debt. It may take some time and a lot of hard work, but it is possible.…

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How Debt Relief Affects Your Credit Score

Credit Scores

How Debt Relief Affects Your Credit Score: Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy Your credit score acts as a constant representation of your financial reliability and responsibility. There are three major credit bureaus—Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion—that measure and report these scores based on various aspects of your financial life. Because everybody has one, it’s very important for…

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Free Credit Report

Free Credit Report

Thanks to mainstream media in our society, you’ve likely seen or heard of several commercials or advertisements offering you a free credit report. While we may often find ourselves laughing at these advertisements for one reason or another, it is really the free credit report companies who are laughing—all the way to the bank. Our…

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