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The debt tag refers to all situations where money is owed to another party, often a bank or other financial institutions. This tag covers how to get out of debt, how much debt to carry, and other borrowing related questions.

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Consequences of small bank debt in EU as citizen of another country

I have a bank account in France that I created when I lived there about 10-8 years ago. A year ago this account started charging a monthly fee that didn't exist before, and then I started trying to ...
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What is the worst that can happen if one does not file for bankruptcy but cannot pay their debt either (in Canada)?

In a situation when one does not file for bankruptcy, yet does not pay their debts, collectors start calling and mailing, then the creditors may file a lawsuit. But if one doesn't have any property or ...
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When do UK creditors pursue a debt after the debtor has died?

According to StepChange, creditors don't normally pursue a debt of someone who died if there isn't a large estate: Most unsecured creditors will normally write off a debt (like a personal loan or ...
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Who to contact to understand my credit score?

When I was a kid, all the way until I was about 18, I was very ill. I would often have to go to the doctor or hospital and get treatments and scanned, etc. I have multiple debts that occurred when I ...
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How many "Charge Offs" can a company put on a single debt?

A while ago I took out a loan and couldn't pay it off due to loosing my job. I got another job, and before I could start making payments, a collections agency called me up about the loan. I paid it ...
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Where are business obligations, like a property lease, on the debt seniority ladder?

Consider the perspective of a REIT. If one of the REITs tenants files for bankruptcy, does the REIT get paid first to satisfy the terms of the lease or do the tenant's bond holders get paid first? I'...
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What happens to debt to SSA after death?

A woman in another country was married to her late husband. She notified about his death right away but SSA kept sending money from his Social Security benefits. She thought that everything was in ...
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Understanding overnight debt fund portfolios

I'm trying to understand the differences between overnight funds and a bank savings account or fixed deposit in terms of safety. These are both common ways to park money for short periods. I know that ...
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What happens to federal debt that passes to a collection agency and gets removed from credit reporting agencies?

Do medical bills from federal or state funded hospitals that have gone to a collections agency and subsequently removed from my credit report still have to be paid to the government?
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Do administrative wage garnishments for nontax debts count as judgments or other public records for the purposes of the three credit bureaus?

When I was in my late teens, I made some bad choices. Most notably, I was on SSI, which the government retroactively decided I was not eligible for. They put the debt on my credit report, some years ...
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Preference shares vs. common shares and overall holding structure for a public company?

I am trying to understand the overall holding picture for a listed company — like, there can be preference shares, common shares (free float), etc. My questions are: It would be really great ...
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If i pay a creditor directly can a collector still sue for fees?

We paid a creditor the full amount that was owed plus interest. The collector is charging $9000 on a $13000 debt. We feel this is exorbitant. Can we still be sued by the collector?
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I have not paid my bill to Ability GmbH due to medical tragedy and moved to India what happens

It will be helpful if I find answer for this. I was working in Germany and there I registered in some dating site which I forgot after I moved to India due to my medical tragedy and now I am in ...
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What would happen to a typical investment portfolio if the dollar collapses?

Let's say I have an investment portfolio with diversified US stocks and diversified US bonds. How would a dollar collapse affect this portfolio? And which component of the portfolio is less likely ...
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Mutual Funds Investment advice needed for beginner

I am planning to start investing in mutual funds now. I am a beginner and young(28). I plan on doing investments as a lump sum and SIP. I plan to invest 5 lakhs via lump sum now and SIP of 20k per ...
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Loan for outstanding school balance

I have a an outstanding school balance of around $7,000 dollars from the 2015-2016 school year and need it to be payed off in order to transfer to another 4 year university. I wanted to know if there ...
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Redemption Date and value of a Debt

In Indian Stock Market, When I searching for Debt Securities I found the following fields. Redemption Date Redemption Amount Conversion Date Conversion Amount What does it mean for? Is the ...
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