I always feel worthless and hopeless! Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

Hey Everybody, happy Wednesday, And since it’s Wendesday, I’m on my website, KatiMorton.com, or, I’m also on Youtube, so if you asked your questions under yesterday’s video, I’ve already gone through and commented, and commented on comments. And, answered some questions on there, and then I’ve picked three today and I don’t have a journal […]

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Debt Settlement vs. Debt Management

Hello, and welcome to Your Money 2.0. I’m Thomas Fox, Community Outreach Director for Cambridge Credit Counseling. In our last episode we discussed problems involving the debt settlement industry. We’ve received a fair amount of feedback, and among your most-asked questions was “What is the difference between debt settlement and debt management?” As we said […]

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Northwest Justice Project: Help with Medical Debt in Washington State

Having medical bills can cause fear, worry, and embarrassment. You may begin to lose hope. Unfortunately, ignoring them can lead to bigger problems. Your bills might get turned over to a collection agent, and you might even get sued. Your bills might get turned over to a collection agent, and you might even get sued. […]

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Cambridge Credit: What is a Debt Management Plan

Welcome to the Learn Now or Pay Later financial wellness series, brought to you by Cambridge Credit Counseling. We’re hoping to provide you with a better understanding of the financial challenges that confront you each day. Through education and advice, you can build a strong financial future Cambridge can help. Donnie Moorhouse with Chris Viale, […]

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What to Consider When You Consider Bankruptcy

Hello, and welcome to Your Money 2.0. I’m Thomas Fox, Community Outreach Director at Cambridge Credit Counseling. In 2005, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act was enacted to curb perceived abuses of the bankruptcy system. At that time, many people were afraid that the new legislation would limit their ability to seek bankruptcy […]

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