Dvorkin on Debt Archive

How your pandemic finances are just like science fiction – and a horror movie
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 20, 2020
If you've ever heard the term "debt cancellation," it might sound like a great idea. Simply cancel the debts many Americans owe, and we can get this country moving again. Problem is, canceling debt doesn't actually make it go away.
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A CPA’s COVID-19 diagnosis
By: Howard Dvorkin
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May 18, 2020
I'm no doctor, but I know all about financial ailments. After three decades, I can spot the symptoms of money woes. This pandemic will destroy lives in more ways than you think – and some of it is our fault.
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What I just learned about America’s 2019 financial goals
By: Howard Dvorkin
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January 28, 2019
Insights on American financial goals and debt resolutions in 2019. “New Year, No Debt” is our winter mantra. How will you reach your financial goals?
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Recession 2019: It’ll Be Personal
By: Howard Dvorkin
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January 21, 2019
Is a 2019 recession inevitable? No one knows for sure when we'll face another national recession, but I feel quite comfortable predicting...
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Paying Off Debt: The Biggest Mistake We Make
By: Howard Dvorkin
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January 14, 2019
Paying off debt isn't a simple process. People hit bumps in the road on their debt-free journey. Here are the biggest mistakes experts have made.
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Holiday Debt Stress: How To Beat It In One Day
By: Howard Dvorkin
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January 7, 2019
Did you put the holidays on plastic? Now you're in holiday debt. It's not impossible to climb your way out. Start seeking debt relief options today.
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