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Our Turbo blog recently published an article highlighting the top reasons why people are in debt along with suggested fixes and next steps. The five categories include: Not using a budget or trying to track spending Lacking an emergency fund Borrowin... read more
Level 5 MariP ‎Posted September 6, 2018 | Latest post May 11, 2022 by CoachKristine
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I received an e-mail today stating my "debt in collections" went up to $238, when I had no idea I had any debt beyond my student loans. When I followed the link in the e-mail from Turbo, it lists the debt as "Other" with no explanation or link as to ... read more
brianorwhatever ‎Posted July 9, 2020 | Latest post August 1, 2022 by CoachKristine
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Delilah06 ‎Posted July 19, 2022 | Latest post July 19, 2022 by VolvoGirl
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In the goals section of Mint it doesn't seem to be that much help or show really any true progress since this new version. Am I doing something wrong? Looks pretty useless to me. Doesn't show when something will be paid off at the current payments or... read more
bman7375 ‎Posted May 29, 2022 | Latest post June 27, 2022 by tagteam
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Not sure if this is the correct forum. But I am a mint user. I recently purchased a home and added the home to my assets section. Unfortunately, the mortgager is one that doesn't allow mint integration. So I decided to add it manually as a asset -> l... read more
skim32 ‎Posted May 16, 2022 | Latest post June 1, 2022 by tagteam
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Our Turbo blog recently published an article highlighting the top reasons why people are in debt along with suggested fixes and next steps. The five categories include: Not using a budget or trying to track spending Lacking an emergency fund Borrowin... read more
Level 5 MariP ‎Posted September 6, 2018 | Latest post May 11, 2022 by CoachKristine
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I got a letter with cancellation of debt form 1099-C 2021 almost 2 weeks ago and I already fill out tax return with TurboTax last month early. Now got another form lately I don't understand why so I tried to find contact number or live chat with tax ... read more
dont-undy ‎Posted April 15, 2022 | Latest post April 28, 2022 by Opus 17
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I have about $2000.00 worth of cc debt that is all late and some are in collections. Should I just completely pay all of it off or is it better to pay them a certain amount? Can I negotiate to have late fees taken off or should I try to settle? Thank... read more
smithers1222 ‎Posted March 6, 2021 | Latest post March 5, 2022 by LeeSL
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We are an LLC corp elected as a C corp. We lent a principal of the company about 20K last year. The party has been removed as a principle. Is there a way to retire the loan off our books even though our business is not in the lending industry and doe... read more
Lewisj8 ‎Posted January 12, 2022 | Latest post January 12, 2022 by Mike9241
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I have an old credit card debt that is due to "fall off my credit report" in Dec 2021.They have sent me a settlement agreement that I need to respond to in the next 30 days. I can afford the settlement that they are offering, but am afraid of how it ... read more
Scouture ‎Posted September 30, 2020 | Latest post September 13, 2021 by reallymeamom
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Ashley vaugnn ‎Posted May 3, 2021 | Latest post May 3, 2021 by VolvoGirl
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Is there any kind of debt that's good to use? Or should I always stay out of debt? Never get a credit card or take out a loan?
RentGuru2018 ‎Posted March 20, 2018 | Latest post April 3, 2021 by freeturbo1633
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Apr 13, 2016 / By Zina Kumok We all want to be more responsible with our money. While that sounds great in theory, it can get confusing once you start to break things down. Emergency funds, savings funds and debt all need to be addressed regularly, b... read more
Level 5 MariP ‎Posted March 12, 2018 | Latest post February 9, 2021 by MG90
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Having a lot of debts is so stressful especially when you a single mother, while living with my child's dad he got a stupid vacuum, honestly I didn't paid attention because I was busy with my son so he got a $3000 vacuum with my signature on it and w... read more
Miishelotg ‎Posted February 6, 2021
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I want to consolidate all of my student loans.
Hassiemitch ‎Posted December 12, 2020 | Latest post December 12, 2020 by tagteam
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