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Are you wanting to get out of debt? Are you wanting to know more about money? I will be talking about these and many other topics such as:
-How to prepare for your future
-Tool to use when using the credit system
This is not intended to be legal advice, in the event that you need legal advice you should seek a lawyer. This is for entertainment and educational purposes only and is meant for the private use of our audience.
Theology Thursdays. What role does your religion or belief play in the liberation and salvation of the black nation. Ferguson/Chicago what are your solutions for these ongoing issues? White Supremacy or Curses what is the root to all of this today? Join me on www.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or voice your opinion by calling 3478269457.
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"the daily complaint"
Every weekday we will be answering client complaints on THE DEBT SHOW to provide direction and resources for both the person complaining as well as other consumers experiencing similar issues whether it be mortgage fraud, loan servicing escrow issues, loan modification runarounds or denials, short sale refusals, deed in lieu negotiations and credit card debt collector abuses and fraud violations.
I routinely look for posts to answer in hopes that it will not only bring optimism to those homeowners and borrowers in distress but also some basic information to assist in fighting the banks that are "too big to fail" like Bank of America and Citi but yet don't appreciate the bailout that we provided in their time of need. The debt collectors like Ocwen and Nationstar are simply just scumbags but they can be beat at their own game too just like the big banks can be defeated.
We are committed to answering consumer complaints and addressing everyday credit and debt issues on THE DEBT SHOW!
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Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's END!
José Figueroa is a financial coach and bilingual blogger who started Figueroa Financial. You can follow him online at figueroafinancial.com. Originally from Puerto Rico, he currently resides in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Jose joins us today to share his story of debt freedom not to brag, but to give you hope and encouragement to continue to pursue your debt free dreams.
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Solutions for single's founder Dedric Hubbard announces the rebranding of his organization in an effort to really reach all singles across the board regardless of their position in life. Listen as he talks about new books, clothing, and media outlets that he will use to effectively engage the single generation
Aja McClanahan and her family paid off $110,000 and are debt free, inlcuding their mortgage. As you listen to their unique experience around achieving and maintaining debt freedom, ask yourself, what can you do to achieve your goals? Stay connected with Aja's journey on her blog: Principles of Increase.
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What's in your wallet? Make it cash, not plastic.
To be fair, plastic is much sexier than a piece of colored paper with a president staring vaguely into the distance.
And yet, from a personal finance view, cash is almost always the better choice for making a purchase. Here's why:
1. Overpaying One of the drawbacks of credit and debit cards is that they encourage you to spend more than you intend to by giving you easy access to more capital.
2. Over-Shopping According to Soundmoneytips.com, people will spend more with a credit card compared to cash. In fact, a study found that people spend 12-18% more when using credit cards than when using cash. And McDonald's found that the average transaction rose from $4.50 to $7 when customers used plastic instead of cash.
For most people it becomes a matter of $2 here, $6 there, another $4 over here and so on until they give up keeping track of how much has been spent in a day - let alone a month. Then it's a shock when the monthly statement comes in.
Get your guide to financial health: How Money Works. This essential guide will explain the life insurance traps, the debt traps, the mortgage traps, the tax traps so that you can build a secure financial house. And sleep better.
Go to bitly.com/yourmoneyny and sign up for your copy of How Money Works, that's bitly.com/yourmoneyny Also, This Thursday, August 7 is our next Money Workshop Securing Your Financial House, at the Point Cafe in Schenectady. 964 Heldeberg Ave. RSVP to email@example.com
By taking into account the interest rate and amount of debt, debt stacking identifies an ideal order for you to pay off your debts. You begin by making consistent payments on all of your debts. The debt that debt stacking suggests that you pay off first is called your target account.
There are programs you can enroll in that will automatically select your target account for you using a variety of criteria to help you get out of debt faster. When you pay off the target account, you roll that payment into the payment that you were making on the next target account. This helps help you reduce the effect of compound interest working against you.
Debt stacking allows you to make the same total monthly payment each month toward all of your debt.You continue this process until you have paid off all of your debts. When you finish paying off your debts, you can apply the amount you were paying towards your debt toward creating wealth and financial independence!
Get your guide to financial health: How Money Works. This essential guide will show you the life insurance traps, the debt traps, the mortgage traps, the tax traps so that you can build a secure financial house.
Go to bitly.com/yourmoneyny and sign up for your copy of How Money Works, that's bitly.com/yourmoneyny
See you next time.
Love woes? Here are two simple first steps to improve your relationship.
In every relationship, good or bad, couples run into problems that feel like impasses. Learning to push through those stuck points is key for any successful relationship.
Learning to navigate the trouble times is where I can help.
Problems sometimes feel unsolvable, but there is a solution, even if one can't see it.
Tune in for the answers to finding your relationship bliss!
How would you feel if your family were a pawn in another’s plan to get rich?
Banks changed the tone of their advertising in the late 1990s. The subliminal message of the new slogans:
Spend beyond your means!
• “Live Richly” — said Citibank
• “What’s in your wallet?” — said Capital One
• “Is your mortgage squeezing your wallet? Squeeze back.” — said Bank of America
• Banks have an inherent incentive to give borrowers more credit than they are able to afford.
• This results in: – Interest charges – Late payment penalties – Overdraft fees
– Missed payments — resulting in higher APR%
Consumers want to get out of debt, but they need a plan.
Let's stop the cycle and build Americans a sound financial house.
Go to bitly.com/yourmoneyny and sign up for your copy of How Money Works,
that's bitly.com/yourmoneyny Also, This Thursday, August 7 is our next Money Workshop Securing Your Financial House, at the Point Cafe in Schenectady. 964 Heldeberg Ave. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
See you next time.