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Damn was ready to reply then saw the date. Curious to how it worked out for you LK?
 
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We've paid a lot of debt off using the 0% interest credit cards. The issue is keep in mind you're paying 3 to 5% of the money you're borrowing up front to the credit card company. So even though you may be saving the 5.5% interest you're paying a fee up front to make the transfer. I haven't seen any credit cards as of lately that don't charge the 0% except on brand new credit cards that you open up because it's an incentive for you to charge up the card but I'm not sure if they'll let you transfer or I should say make a payment to that type of loan normally they want you to transfer a different credit card balance.


We roll a balance pay the 3 to 5%, try and pay a credit card off and if we can't then we roll it again but overall when you're looking at 15 to 20% interest on the credit card the 3 to 5% up front is well worth doing.
 
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I thought Biden was going to "forgive" student debt?

You know, make everyone pay for the highly educateds' choice to major in gender studies and lesbian dance theory.

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MorganKane

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I thought Biden was going to "forgive" student debt?

You know, make everyone pay for the highly educateds' choice to major in gender studies and lesbian dance theory.

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He did some, I think its over 5 billion so far.
Not forgiven, just shifted the burden of payment from the person who took the loan to the tax payers.

If they plan to "forgive" any student loans they should ask the universities to give back the money.
Some of them have billions in endowment funds. They made the money and can be a part of that issue of "forgiving" the loans.

 
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CameronAlsop

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My friend, who works as a Mortgage Advisor Coventry, helped me refinance my mortgage. I hope I won’t need to take another one. So, I think you should refinance your student loans if you want to save money, especially if you can qualify and your finances are stable. Anyway, I guess it would be much better for you to contact a specialist who could solve this problem. As I’ve told you, that was the way I refinanced my mortgage. Anyway, stay tuned and keep us updated on your issue.
 
AzulCruz

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Tbh, I’ve never thought that I’d have problems with money. I have enough money for a living, but I don’t have much time to maintain it. Should I hire an accountant? How would you solve this problem?
 
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DorianKussel

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Hello. I guess that downloading a regular financial tracker app will save a lot of time.
 
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