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  • Arizona House bill may support credit debt collectors
    Arizona House bill may support credit debt collectors

    While other states are enacting legislation to protect their residents from illegitimate debt collecting practices, Arizona may be on the way to passing a law that would make it easier for debt ...

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  • Manage debt rather than discharging it
    Manage debt rather than discharging it

    A lot has been said lately about college loans-the high cost of tuition combined with even higher interest rates often leads many fresh college graduates into financial distress and they scramble to ...

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  • Arizona bankruptcies keep declining, but is that a good thing?
    Arizona bankruptcies keep declining, but is that a good thing?

    Economists have different ways of looking at rates of personal bankruptcy. Obviously, people are more likely to have financial problems when the job market is bad and when they cannot afford to pay ...

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  • Tips for handling credit card debt during the holidays
    Tips for handling credit card debt during the holidays

    With the holiday season upon us, Arizona residents struggling to make ends meet may be worried about holiday shopping. Financial constraints may put a damper on holiday plans, and Arizona residents ...

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  • Bankruptcy an option for those with medical credit card debt
    Bankruptcy an option for those with medical credit card debt

    Once someone is caught in a web of debt here in Arizona, it may seem impossible for that person to escape. Endless creditor harassment and unrelenting interest rates trap them into debt cycles from ...

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  • Youngsters have more credit card debt, lower payments
    Youngsters have more credit card debt, lower payments

    Arizona readers may see many stories about the economy turning around and an improving job market. The truth of the matter, however, may be that the economy is still recovering and job security is ...

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