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Q&A: It May Pay to Sort Through That Mountain of Loose Change

Dear Liz: I just had to giggle at the husband who wanted to save his coin change for an emergency. Yes, this seems so silly now, but back in the day prior to debit cards my mom started saving all her loose change in a coffee can when my husband and I got engaged.

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Q&A: Is He Obliged to Pay This Money?

Dear Liz: My husband returned a car to the dealer when he lost his job. Now the company says he owes it more than $7,000 (the difference between what he owed to the dealer and the price for which the car was sold). He refuses to pay any amount, but recently he received a letter from a law office demanding payment or they will take him to court. Is he obliged to pay this money? What options does he have to get rid of this debt?

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Q&A: Is He Obliged to Pay This Money?

Dear Liz: My husband returned a car to the dealer when he lost his job. Now the company says he owes it more than $7,000 (the difference between what he owed to the dealer and the price for which the car was sold). He refuses to pay any amount, but recently he received a letter from a law office demanding payment or they will take him to court. Is he obliged to pay this money? What options does he have to get rid of this debt?

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So You're Young and Unemployed. What Should You Do?

I recall my first job out of college. I was young, eager, and the economy was booming.

Then the recession hit. My friends started to lose their jobs and months later I lost mine. The company I was working for declared bankruptcy. I had student loans coming out of their grace period and did not have an emergency fund set up. I was a recent grad and on unemployment.

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SelfCare When Dealing With Stressful Finances

Financial stresses not only affect your well being, they can negatively affect relationships, job performance and pretty much rule your life if you let them.

Here are 6 inexpensive ways you can take care of yourself when dealing with stressful finances:

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