Dvorkin on Debt Archive, Page 3

There’s Still A Healthcare Crisis, And It’s Still Driving People Into Debt
By: Howard Dvorkin
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November 5, 2018
It's been over a year since the healthcare crisis made big headlines. It was last September when Congress failed to overturn Obamacare.
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“Overbiffing” Isn’t A Typo. It’s A New Crime.
By: Howard Dvorkin
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November 5, 2018
Overbiffing is basically unscrupulous debt collectors tricking people into paying more than they really owe — by lying about the numbers.
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Personal Finance Experts Share Their Money Mistakes
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 29, 2018
Debt.com spoke to other financial experts at FinCon and asked them to recount their worst money mistakes. Here are my five favorites.
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What Is UltraFICO And Should You Care? Short Answer: Hell Yes
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 22, 2018
UltraFICO isn't a superhero in the Marvel Universe, but it might as well be. Superheroes save the world, but UltraFICO will save you money.
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Is a Balance Transfer a Good Idea? Depends on Your Personality
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 22, 2018
Debt.com asked personal finance experts, "Is a balance transfer a good idea?" Well, it depends. There are a few other questions you should ask yourself too.
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Mostly Depressing, Occasionally Rewarding: When Your Job Is Helping Americans Get Out Of Debt
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 15, 2018
I've counseled Americans on how to get out of debt and. Over all those years, both credit card debt and student loan debt have surpassed $1 trillion.
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