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How to pay off credit card debt when no one wants to help you

How to pay off your credit cards – when no one wants to help you

This post was sponsored by Debt.com. Just because you’ve been turned down for balance transfers and personal loans, it doesn’t mean you’re destined for bankruptcy. America is drowning in debt – and credit cards are dragging us down. According to recent statistics… We owe more than $1 trillion on our cards. That’s enough to buy every NFL, NBA,…

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onlinedivorce-com-review

OnlineDivorce.com Review

The decision to file for divorce is one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Not only are you changing your family dynamic, but there are financial implications to consider as well. Still, we all know that divorce is sometimes inevitable — no matter how much we wish things were different. Even when you want your marriage…

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GetDivorcePapers Review

Most people who get married never imagine they’ll file for divorce someday. However, we all know that many relationships run their course — and that divorce is becomes inevitable. Related: Do you feel guilty for divorcing a nice guy? Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to file for divorce online if both you and your partner…

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Breakthrough online therapy prescribe medication

Breakthrough online counseling review

If you’re thinking of seeing a therapist but aren’t sure where to start, you may want to consider online therapy instead of in-person counseling. Meeting with a professional for online mental health treatment can make it easier to fit therapy into your busy schedule, and the costs can be lower, too. The convenience of Breakthrough…

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Stockpile Review: Give the gift of stock

Are you tired of giving the kids in your life useless gifts that end up in the trash? Would you rather help them learn valuable financial and investing lessons that can last a lifetime? If so, check out Stockpile — an innovative investing platform that lets you purchase stock gift cards that represent fractional shares…

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Simple meal planning tips for single moms

As a single mom, and for so many moms I know, the most stressful part of your day is dinner. And breakfast. And lunch. Shopping, stocking, prepping, baking, warming, and cleaning (or not …) is weighed down with the pressure to make sure your kids are not getting [at least some marginal sum of] nutritional…

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