Category Archives for "How to Get Out of Debt"

Ask Chuck: How Do We Avoid Bankruptcy?

Dear Chuck, My wife and I are reaching out for some financial advice. After I lost some of my leg (due to diabetes), I have struggled with depression and holding down a job. What does Crown offer someone like me?  Depressed and Near Bankruptcy    Dear Depressed and Near Bankruptcy,  Thank you for the opportunity […]

Ask Chuck: Should Christians Accept Student Loan Forgiveness?

Dear Chuck, I am bitter that I just paid off my federal student loan last year, after ten years of working a side job to do it! Seems grossly unfair that, all of a sudden, some people are getting a free ride. Shouldn’t Christians refuse this free money?  Bitter About Free Money   Dear Bitter […]

Ask Chuck: Should I Retire with a Mortgage?

Dear Chuck, Is it wrong to carry a mortgage in retirement? We are both preparing to retire but have 20 years left on our home mortgage.  Senior Mortgage Concerns    Dear Senior Mortgage Concerns,  My general response is to recommend that you (and everyone else) get completely out of debt before you retire. This verse […]

Ask Chuck: Paying Off Christmas Debt

Dear Chuck, The bills have arrived and reality has hit. We splurged at Christmas and failed to keep track of everything we bought. We know now! Can you share some tips on paying off holiday debt and how to avoid ever doing this again? Pay! Pal   Dear Pay! Pal, It is easy to get […]

Ask Chuck: 3 Steps to Pay Off Christmas Debt

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Dear Chuck, Well, we went a little crazy this Christmas…the kids all love their presents but my husband and I are realizing how much we really spent. Our credit card statement hasn’t come in yet but I know we are going to be in for a rude awakening. What can we do to start paying […]

Ask Chuck: Debt Consolidation vs Debt Settlement

Ask Chuck Debt Consolidation vs Debt Settlement

Dear Chuck, My wife and I are working really hard to get out of debt. We are overwhelmed with 5 credit cards, 2 car loans, student loans for both of us, a mortgage, and furniture that we financed. We now clearly see the mistakes we made and the dangers debt can present. I’ve been doing […]

Ask Chuck: The Truth About Debt

Ask Chuck The Truth About Debt

Dear Chuck, My husband and I are just got married and are realizing the severity of our debt problems. We both just graduated with student loans, car loans, and some credit card debt. Until this point, we honestly didn’t know we should have been spending our money any differently. It was what everyone did and […]

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