- Who is a good candidate for debt settlement?
- Does it matter how many creditors you have?
- Are there any good debt consolidation companies out there?
- What is the “S.L.O.” method to debt settlement?
- How much can I expect to pay as part of my debt settlement program?
- Will I get a 1099-C if I settlement my debts, and what will that mean for my taxes?
Feedback from Last Week’s Show on Dave Ramsey
Last week, in episode #10, I discussed Dave Ramsey, his approach to bankruptcy, and my thoughts on it. I was somewhat surprised by the reactions and how strongly people felt on both side’s of the issue.
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Is Debt Settlement a Good Option?
There are a number of reasons that people want to seek out debt settlement as a way to deal with their debt problems rather than file for bankruptcy. At its most basic, debt settlement is simply paying a creditor less than the amount currently owed.
There are a number of factors that determine if debt settlement will be successful, including:
- The Number of Creditors You Have.
- The Amount of the Debt.
- How much money you have saved or have access to.
- How delinquent the debt is.
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