"Debt" Blogs & Blog Posts

Finance News ProFinance News Pro

Finance news and business news from financenewspro.com. Also get breaking n...

 
Money Saving Challenge - Money Saving IdeasMoney Saving Challenge - Money Saving Ideas

Within this blog you will not only find many practical money saving ideas, ...

 
Financial Blog OnlineFinancial Blog Online

Get Financial news and financial updates from financial blog online.

 
Harrington Brooks Personal Finance NewsHarrington Brooks Personal Finance News

Harrington Brooks Personal Finance for debt news as well as tips and tricks...

 
Money as Debt also Known as CreditMoney as Debt also Known as Credit

An analysis of money as it is being created and abused as a monopoly by cen...

 
Public Debts for Vested Interest PaymentsPublic Debts for Vested Interest Payments

An analysis of the national debt as the most heinous mechanism inflicted on...

 


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This year, there have been a record number of retail bankruptcies, but there’s also been a change in the industry. While some of the largest recent retail bankruptcies were preludes to liquidation, lenders and landlords are now working to keep as m...

 The SEC appears to have taken very thoughtful action on two crypto projects to date. Nay-sayers are predicting the end, while proponents of crypto dismiss the actions. Here’s a quick analysis of what is actually happening. Read More...

If you buy a house in Australia -- where housing prices are out of control, even by global standards -- you can wait a couple months for the house's book value to go up, and then borrow against that "unrealised capital gain" to buy another house...an...

A former for-profit college administrator will join President Donald Trump’s administration in a job vital to oversight of the industry he formerly served. Julian Schmoke spent four years in various jobs at DeVry University before moving on to a gi...

Private student loans are the worst of a bad bunch, with incredibly high interest rates and penalties on funds used to finance educations at the kinds of "universities" who later get their accreditations yanked for academic malpractice and deceptive...

Because of the UK's dramatic shift from student grants to loans, a startling report from the Institute for Financial Studies predicts that 77.4% of university graduates in the UK's class of 2017 will not repay their full student loan obligations. Thi...

Rene Flores is one of the truckers who spoke to USA Today for its excellent investigative piece on the use of debt and indenture to force truckers to work for literal pennies (or sometimes even pay for the privilege of working). (more…)...