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Gregory Rayburn argues that because he isn't on the Hostess payroll, he should still get his full $125,000 a month.
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A Kansas couple, ages 57 and 68, had $120k worth of credit-card bills. Despite his illness, they did the honorable thing.
Despite what you may have heard, the truly desperate can have their student loan debt forgiven in bankruptcy court. But it's not easy.
The credit card I used for that purchase didn't reach a zero balance again until the debt was discharged in bankruptcy.
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