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U.S News & World Report Money

10 Unexpected Debt Traps – and How to Avoid Them
U.S News & World Report Money
In theory, staying out of debt seems like a straightforward process: By not spending more than you can afford, you'll be debt-free. However, as millions of Americans with debt can attest, it can be more complicated than that. Common attitudes toward ...

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ACA International

From Collector: School District Debt in the Limelight
ACA International
There are many things to consider before picking up the phone to call consumers about a debt they owe. What are the circumstances that led to the debt? Does the consumer know about it? While the consumer may owe the debt, if it's the result of an ...



New York AG Sues Debt-Relief Companies
Inside Higher Ed
Telemarketers from several student loan relief companies falsely represented themselves as employees of the federal government and told borrowers they could not enroll in debt-relief programs like income-based repayment on their own, the New York ...

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CNBC

Debt investor says Neiman Marcus may be in default and insolvent, claims 'theft of assets' in transferring MyTheresa ...
CNBC
One of Neiman Marcus' debt investors claims the struggling luxury department store may be insolvent and in default on its bonds after shuffling around some assets earlier this month. Marble Ridge Capital condemned Neiman Marcus for transferring its ...
Creditor accuses Neiman Marcus of triggering debt default by moving key unit out of reachDallas News

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Motley Fool

Secured vs. Unsecured Debt: What's the Difference?
Motley Fool
Debt comes in two varieties: secured and unsecured. In most cases, you don't get a choice between the two: The type of debt is determined by the type of loan you're applying for. Still, it pays to understand the differences between secured and ...

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Barron's

A Safer Way to Invest in Private Debt
Barron's
The interval fund, an old product, is gaining new traction among fund managers. Created in the 1990s, these funds provide access to illiquid assets as investors turn toward private markets–such as direct lending, private equity, and real estate–that ...



Market Realist

Should Caterpillar's Huge Debt Concern Investors?
Market Realist
At the end of the second quarter, Caterpillar's (CAT) debt was $36.17 billion. Caterpillar's debt increased in the second quarter after it declined for three years. Debt includes short-term borrowings, long-term debt due within one year, and long-term ...

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Board finalizes a Puerto Rico debt deal for $17B in savings
ABC News
A federal control board overseeing Puerto Rico's finances has finalized a debt-restructuring deal that represents nearly a quarter of the U.S. territory's $70 billion public debt load. The board said Friday that the deal will be presented next month to ...

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We Don't Have A Debt Problem, It's 'Something' Else
Seeking Alpha
Too much debt. Deleveraging. The debate over the "right" size of the credit market isn't going to be solved. Like it or not, the US and world economy has been propelled by debt for a century. The domestic credit market's highest growth rates are found ...



Forbes

Refinancing vs. Consolidating Business Debt -- What's the Difference?
Forbes
When it comes time to make a change to the structure of your business debt, you have a few options available to you as a small business owner. Each aims to make your debt less of a burden over time and reduce the overall cost to you. If evening out ...


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