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29% interest rate

Jul 24, 2009
Question: I am rec'ing notices that my credit card rates are jumping to 29%. I owe about 35K. I tried to get a consolidation loan to pay them off...
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Pay off auto loan

Jul 10, 2009
Question: I have a car loan that I could afford to pay off. However, is the loan, which has been paid on time for about 2.5 years, helping my...
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Borrow to invest?

Jul 6, 2009
Question: My husband and I are both 50+, with two children of college age. Our house is paid off and we are without debt. He wants to take out a...
Posted In: debt, Housing, Investing

Getting debt help

Jun 26, 2009
Question: My daughter recently lost her job in Las Vegas, NV, had to vacate an apartment & will be unable to complete the lease. She forfeited...
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Pay off student loans

Jun 26, 2009
Question: My only debt after I sell my house will be a student loan. Here is the info on that loan:...
Posted In: debt, Savings

Stick with adjustable rate mortgage?

Jun 19, 2009
Question: My wife and I have an Adjustable Rate Mortgage on our home with a current interest rate of 6.125%. We recently received two letters from...
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The mortgage lock-in

Jun 19, 2009
Question: I am a first time homeowner ready to go ahead with the purchase except for the dreaded "lock" of the interest rate. My closing is set for...
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Mortgage tax deduction

Jun 11, 2009
Question: hey guys. someone had written in with a question recently, asking Chris if they should pay cash up front for a Townhouse, or take out a...
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Make minimum credit card payments

Jun 9, 2009
Question: I recently gave 2 weeks notice at my job which I recognize is slightly insane in this economy, but I'm confident that it was the right...
Posted In: Credit Cards, debt, Savings

Borrow to buy land?

Jun 8, 2009
Question: My husband is the primary income, and I work 12 to 15 hours per week from home while I take care of the kids. We have a 5 month emergency...
Posted In: debt, Housing, retirement savings, Savings

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