Have questions regarding debt consolidation but don’t know whom to ask? You can also read on below, as we attempt to answer some of the more common queries regarding the subject. What is Debt Consolidation? Debt consolidation is a very complicated topic for most people. Things get very complex once a large amount of money is involved. Moreover, there is a lot of misinformation about debt consolidation. Unfortunately, a lot of individuals end up falling prey for consolidating companies which take advantage of them. These companies are included in this canon as legit companies and they end up ruining the name "consolidation". NationalDebtReliefReviews.com suggests that planning your debt consolidation strategy early can help significantly, as it can help you gain your power back over your financial life. The Top Questions You Might Have About Debt Consolidation Here is a look at some of the most frequently asked questions about consolidation debts. Hopefully, the answers get to … [Read more...] about Debt Consolidation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Hailey Mensik Chicago Tribune Published 11:02 p.m. UTC Aug 13, 2018 Chicago – It’s a struggle each month for Khallilah Beecham-Watkins to balance her student loan payment with the expense of supporting a young family. The 28-year-old education program specialist for a local nonprofit aspires to pay off her own college debt before her infant daughter eventually begins a four-year degree. But with a monthly childcare bill of $750, there’s little extra to put toward her loan payments, and even less to put toward the new home she wants to buy with her husband, who is also repaying student loans. “I’ve had to put a lot of my dreams on hold,” the South Side resident said. Beecham-Watkins’ story is consistent with many young women today, who hold nearly two-thirds of the nation’s outstanding student loan debt, according to the American Association of University Women, a nonprofit that researches women’s equity in higher education … [Read more...] about Women bear greater burden on student debt
DENVER, CO - Student loan debt is a burden for many Americans. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York estimates the nation’s outstanding student loan debt to be between $902 billion and $1 trillion.It can be easy for those paying back hefty loans to turn to a third-party company, offering to cut what you owe. The NOW looked into some of those companies to investigate if it’s worth it.September Adams has her plate full, with raising her son and helping to care for her grandson. On top of it, Adams works full-time. She says she was feeling overwhelmed, and then a phone call, offering help, came."They actually called out of the blue saying they were doing some debt consolidation and that this was a great choice,” says Adams. “And it was going to help me in the future."Adams admits the call from the company promising to consolidate her student loans sounded too good.“I was so excited at the time, thinking that, you know, we were going to consolidate everything … [Read more...] about Woman takes on more debt after company promises to consolidate student loans
By Rachel Everaard Published 11:50 am, Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Photo: Ernst & Young / Ernst & Young Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Rachel Everaard is the US Oil and Gas People Advisory Services Principal at Ernst & Young LLP Rachel Everaard is the US Oil and Gas People Advisory Services Principal at Ernst & Young LLP Photo: Ernst & Young / Ernst & Young Managing millennials in the oil and gas industry 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In recent years amid low commodity prices, oil and gas companies have had to reduce their headcount to lower costs, while continuing to build their talent pipeline for future success. As a result, the number of people employed in oil and gas extraction over the age of 45 fell by 19 percent between 2012 and 2017, while employees between 25 and 34 — … [Read more...] about Managing millennials in the oil and gas industry
Here's Pete Kistler's story -- and tips for improving your own online presence. Hayden Field Published 6:10 am, Thursday, April 12, 2018 Photo: Courtesy Of Pete Kistler Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Courtesy Of Pete Kistler This Entrepreneur's Online Reputation Was Destroyed. He Used His Experience Fixing It to Form a Multimillion-Dollar Company. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Pete Kistler had never googled himself. It was fall 2009, and the Syracuse University junior was sending out applications for software design jobs to offset about $20,000 in student loan debt. After a couple of weeks, dozens of companies big and small had his resume in hand -- but responses had been few and far between. “On paper, I thought I had hit all the check boxes that employers wanted to see, but I was in for a big … [Read more...] about This Entrepreneur’s Online Reputation Was Destroyed. He Used His Experience Fixing It to Form a Multimillion-Dollar Company.