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Why everyone keeps talking about student loans Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Source: insidearm.com

In short, student loan debt is now the largest single consumer debt class outside of mortgages. Larger than credit cards, larger than auto loans, outstanding balances on loans to pay for college dwarf everything else.

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said in November that through the third quarter of 2013, outstanding student loan balances stood at $1.026 trillion. Itís the first time the New York Fed, in its fantastic quarterly Household Debt and Credit Report, has reported a total above $1 trillion. But others have done so before.

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What happens when you write Off bad debt in retail accounting! Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Source: smallbusiness.chron.com

Small retail businesses often sell merchandise on credit. The accounting entries are to credit sales and debit accounts receivable. Bad debts are accounts receivable that a company has identified as uncollectible. The two accounting methods for bad debts are direct and allowance. Writing off bad debts removes the corresponding amounts from a company's balance sheet.

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4 debt collection practices that need to change Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Source: consumerist.com

If you don't have your own debt collector horror story, you probably know someone who does. Here is a modest proposal for some improvements to the system.

Major changes may be coming to the debt collection industry. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published an announcement asking for comments on issues facing consumers and the industry, while it prepares to develop new rules around debt collection practices.

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Major downside and payoff of advance credit Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Source: loan.ezinemark.com

Availing loan has become an indispensable element of the life. It is quite common for all folk in this world to search money during vital time, especially lack of money. undefined sensible to expect money always in our life at any point of period. Thus, you can think of money problem during crisis time. You would definitely feel humiliated during the money deficiency times in our life due to wants and needs. Therefore majority of the people in this world would expect some sort of help for getting cash in order to satisfy the significant activities of the life. But getting money is not a simple task at that time and so loan submission could be the good solution. Expecting the requirement of money in future, undefined better to apply loan for our future activities. Nonetheless stigma and benefits of loans are found to be present in this world. The stigma of loans is properly analyzed to reap plenty of benefits.

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Do credit repair services really work! Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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You've seen the ads claiming to be able to fix your bad credit, but do credit repair products really work? Honestly, many of the companies are a scam. But the services that have been around for a couple decades know the rules surrounding credit repair and know how to navigate those rules to either raise your credit score or give you your money back. That of course doesn't mean that it works for everyone. There is no magical formula to raise your credit score in a hurry, but there are a few instances where credit repair can help you give your score a deserved bump.

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How to get out of debts with debt consolidation loans plan Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Landing into a debt is a total disaster and contrary to our hard imposed policy of not to take loans in life, we actually will be forced to get into this loan debt. The debts arenít single; they are in various forms like the mortgages, personal loans, credit card loans, auto loans to name few. So when you find out that you are in such a mess, it is better to go in for the debt consolidation loan and keep the financial hold in control. The consolidation loan will best suit for the people who have the below mentioned characteristics:

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Yes, debt collectors have the right to collect, and sue Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Source: creditcards.com

Dear letís talk credit

If your original creditor has charged off your debt and sold it to a collection agency, do you have to pay them? And can they file a judgment against you?

Randy

Dear Randy,

Many people mistakenly believe that when a debt is charged off by a creditor, the debt is no longer owed. In fact, charging off a debt is a simple accounting measure that moves a debt from an asset to a liability.

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Stop the calls and end the debt Email Article To a FriendView Printable Version
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Source: pr-bg.com

Credit card debt can be a scary thing, especially when it spirals out of control. According to the Federal Reserve, since the Great Recession total household debt has decreased roughly 11 percent since its peak. However, the reduction in debt has been attributed to: (1) declining consumer use of, and demand for, credit; (2) declining lender supply of credit; and (3) an increasing amount of nonperforming debt written off by lenders as a result of the sudden increase in default rates. Thus, the overall numbers showing a reduction of debt may not actually reflect a healthy economy. In fact, a recent study by NerdWallet found that the average household credit card debt is $15,185--more than a year's salary at minimum wage. Worse still, with unemployment numbers higher than they've been in a decade, paying off that debt on time is not always an option. And thatís when the phone starts ringing.

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