Debt

Lending Club Review

by Kevin Mercadante
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This Lending Club Review goes over details of the peer lending industry and shows how borrowers and investors can unite and benefit – all without the banks!

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Lending Club Review [My Personal Experience]

by Matt Jabs
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My Lending Club review comes from personal experience both borrowing and investing with Lending Club. I consolidated debt, now I invest… you can too.

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Avoid the Pitfalls of Permanent Debt

by Kevin Mercadante
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Permanent debt is a troublesome trap you WILL fall into – unless you make a concerted effort to avoid it. Use these tips to recondition your financial mind.

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Five Signs You Have A Debt Problem

by Kevin Mercadante
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One of the best indications that you have a debt problem is when you’re reluctant to find out just how much you have, or bother to add up all the balances.

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Reasons To Pay Off Your Car

by Kevin Mercadante
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Why pay off your car? If you lose your car you may not be able to work and earn a living. Borrowing starts a vicious cycle that affects everything you do.

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How to Pay Off Student Loans Now

by Kevin Mercadante
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How to pay off student loans now and why it’s important that you do it right after you graduate. The loans pose a problem if you lose your job or want to borrow in the future.

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College Loans are Keeping Students In Debt

by Kevin Mercadante
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College loans are keeping students in debt and the average debt is now $25,250. Minimizing or avoiding student loans is doable, and the best course of action.

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How To Pay Off Debt With a Lump Sum

by Matt Jabs
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How to pay off debt using a lump sum or windfall is situational. Income, debt, and windfall amounts vary so use this as a template for your situation.

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Should I Pay Off Student Loans

by Matt Jabs
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Should I pay off student loans with my savings? It depends on a number of things such as emergency fund savings, job security, and monthly expenses.

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Student Loan Relief Programs

by Matt Jabs
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Student loan relief programs include public service loan forgiveness and income based, contingent, and sensitive repayment plans. You may be eligible.

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Should I Use My Retirement To Pay Off Debt

by Matt Jabs

Using retirement funds to pay off debt is an individual decision depending on your goals, your debt-to-income ration, and the type of debt you have.

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