Consumer confidence down, gold meltdown, and now the horrific terrorist acts at the Boston Marathon? is the economy strong enough to absorb the shock?

The terrorist acts at the Boston Marathon were reprehensible, performed by a coward, or group of cowards and aimed at doing damage to so-called “soft targets”.  Let’s ditch the political correctness and call it what it is:  innocent, civilian men, women and children.  Yep, folks, it sure is a new era upon us. Throughout the … Continued

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Obama’s State of the “Onion” Leaves Jobs/Employment layer unpeeled

Although I am not in the least an Obama fan (I am being kind here), at least I was happy to see some sense of vision for the future in Obama’s State Of The Union address last evening.  Some of Obama’s old fire was back, albeit misdirected once again. I am sensing the same old … Continued

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Dig Your Way Out of Debt- Legally in NC

Many people find themselves buried in debt; mortgages, credit cards and medical bills that appear to be endless. There are debt solutions to stop the landslide. Common reasons for spiraling debt include job loss, unforeseen emergencies, divorce and overspending. There are three primary options for an individual facing financial hardship and bad debt: debt management, … Continued

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Debt Management versus Debt Settlement. The facts, the myths, and the legends

Ignore what you see on television ads, hear on the radio or advice from your next door neighbor.  The aim of this article is to clear up some common misconceptions regarding bankruptcy alternatives.  First, there is Debt Management.  Debt Management programs are a form of consolidation of your existing unsecured obligations into one payment, usually … Continued

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