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Steven Richardson
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Another victory for debtors in New Jersey! A major firm and one of its major clients are sued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and ordered to pay fines in the millions! Find out what this means to you if you have been sued by this firm or this debt buyer!
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Thinking about a short sale of your home here in NJ? Then check out this interview with local real estate expert Lynn Stambaugh in Episode 6 of my Financial Freedom Podcast!
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Worried that you might lose some of your possessions if you were to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy here in New Jersey? Then check out how those possessions will get more protection as of April 1!
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Looking to file bankruptcy in New Jersey under chapter 7? Worried that you might make too much money? Then check out how the numbers will change on April 1!
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Episode #5 of the Financial Freedom Podcast: Help with cleaning up your credit and working towards a better FICO Score!
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This has been a debate for a while. Here's why I think a profit is a good thing.
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If you are paying on student loans and working on your tax return, I have some good news for you. You might have an additional deduction. Find out more!
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I just don't understand why someone in bankruptcy would post on social media pictures of him with piles of cash! Can someone explain it to me? But hey, maybe that's where Kanye West's $53 million went!
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Is a debt collector telling you that you will be arrested in NJ if you don't pay a debt? Then he is lying to you! Find out why!
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This is going to get interesting. With the White House and Congress seeming to laud the actions of the court, is there going to be anyone in government looking out for the privacy issues it raises? Any thoughts? Is Tim Cook right to challenge the court order (through proper legal channels)?
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