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Have you ever noticed that when people say not to worry about money it usually means they’ve got a lot and you don’t? Here at the Wake Forest News we take money seriously and cover the topic like nobody’s bidness.

How to Hide From the Debt Collector

Writing this article is a bit of a double-edged sword. You see while I think that open communication is always the best way to deal with a debt situation, sometimes people just need to find a way to escape from the pressure just to recover their sanity. If you are having a difficult problem handling collection calls or dealing with ... Read More »

Handling Sudden Income Changes

Are you equipped to handle a sudden change of income? Most people aren’t prepared for any sort of drastic change that could happen today, tomorrow, or a week from now. And it almost certainly will at some point. You could get a better job offer or a raise in the next week, or your income could be slashed in half ... Read More »

How in the World Do We Even Start to Get Out of Debt?

Question: Dear Steve, My husband and I both went to school about ten years ago. He has federal student loans ($30k-ish) and I have both federal student loans (40k-ish) and private student loans (30k-ish). We are both currently enrolled in school again, full time online. So all of his and my federal student loans are in deferment. However, my private ... Read More »

A snapshot of mortgage complaints

Every day, people submit complaints to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection about a wide variety of consumer financial products and services. Today, we released our Complaint snapshot: Mortgage . It takes a deeper dive into the mortgage complaints we’ve received and highlights some trends we’ve observed. This report reveals many interesting data points about complaints submitted by consumers: Between ... Read More »