Student loans, Credit cards, and other debts?

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Asked at 2012-08-21 17:14:02
I wanted to get your horror stories about debt . I know Studen loans , credit cards and car payments can put in a very bad place . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus For me , I have to pay $ 1,000 for rent, $ 400 car payment , student loan $ 400, $ 300 for credit cards . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Its pretty hard to come by especially in California , where I live . Anyway, nobody cares to share their horror stories of debt?
Answer1booyahAnswered at 2012-08-22 13:37:03
I have already asked the question that people tell me their horror stories of student loans and complained of only a couple of people. I am in govt benefits and my student loans are $ 175 per month (the most you can take), plus their fees, and for the past 23 years I have been pulling say just the interest. By the way I suspect payments will be held another 23 years. When I took out the $ 8,000 for two years of college I never thought I would be collecting them 46 years or more and no one would help me solve it. I have reached the conclusion that there is fraud or collusion somewhere I realized that when you buy a house to pay for it twice, but student loans that you can pay 3 or 4 times in a student loan. Furthermore, it seems wrong to me that student loans should be allowed to be taken from the profits of the SS or SSdisability since it is as if the government pays the government, but by my good name. I think there's something dishonest is when the government pays the government and then tells the audience that student loan debt is declining because it is being paid. It is paid in the case of benefits, is a mere change of government accounts. Anyway, I honestly do not know how people got loans per year 4, 6 or more and still intend to pay it off, or have paid off. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus When credit cards are concerned, I understand the problem with those are the interest usury laws passed by Congress for years, and this is how banks make their money. Since banks are having a difficult time economy too and need your money, I suspect that the usury laws never change MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What I see that is out of line for you is the rent, but maybe your income is proportional to what you pay for rent. Can you get an efficiency apartment? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Your rent and car payments are double what they are here. When your car payments are high, then so are your insurance rates. You can fix your own car? Then get an older model and fix it and keep it going for himself. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus A couple of really bad things I've found that just throw money out the window is a computer and a cell phone. If you can remove the cell phone, and do not have much on the computer so you do not need all the security, then that helps a lot. If you have a cell phone can be changed with just a cell 911.
Answer2giant salamanderAnswered at 2012-08-24 11:32:12
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