Questions tagged [debt]

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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When to make Credit Card payments on large balance with interest

Consider the following scenario: A credit card has a balance of $5000 that cannot be paid off at this time. Every week I earn $500 that is deposited to my bank. My monthly minimum payment is $200. ...
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Is there a name for high risk / high returns debt funds in India?

I'm looking for debt funds in India that aim to give you high returns, at the cost of high risk. Is there a name for such a category of funds? I found one example of such a fund, Franklin India ...
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How does the debt:GDP ratio affect the country's economy? [closed]

I was surpriced when I saw the debt of USA has raised to more than 100% of its GDP. But I saw other countries like Japan having over 250% of its GDP. And a lot of countries have debt near 100% of GDP. ...
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How does TDS on FDs work?

I know TDS happens on accrued interest. If I have a 5-year FD, the bank deducts TDS every March 31 for the interest accrued in that financial year, though I haven't received it yet. But what about the ...
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Does your total credit limit or debt affect how much new credit you will receive?

Say a friend of mine owns 10 credit cards with a total credit limit of $100,000 with total CC debt of $10,000. Does the total credit limit affect how much new credit will be approved? Does CC debt ...
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How will the New credit reporting rules affect people who are already struggling financially?

With the new credit reporting rules in place in Australia and the implications of having a black mark against your file for just being 5 days late in making a payment, whether it be credit card or ...
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Governments Debt/GDP and Budget (deficit/surplus), how to read the figures to decide what bonds to buy?

After searching for hours on Google I found these two great tables (theya are also sortable): list of Government Debt to GDP ratio list of Government budget (I took hours to find this because I ...
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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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Does paying a debt reset the clock on my Credit Report? [duplicate]

I have a debt from 4 years back that is on my credit report. Because I have been out of the country for 4 years, I did not know about the debt until now. My question is, does paying the debt reset the ...
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advice for which debt to pay off first [duplicate]

some quick back ground: I recently sold my shares in a company I started to accept a great position with a large company. It was a cross country move for me and my family. Once my property sells ...
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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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Should I avoid credit card use to improve our debt-to-income ratio?

We put all our expenses on a credit card and pay it off every month in order to get maximize our cash back. We never charge more than we have in the checking account, so we always pay it off. Should ...
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Sugar Daddy/Bank Help [duplicate]

I met this guy on Twitter who was interested in a sugar baby with someone to speak with, get to know, etc. He lives in IL apparently and I’m in the east coast. Initially he wanted me to buy a $200 GC ...
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What happen if we do not pay Facebook

I buy services from Facebook, but recently I wasn't careful and exceeded my credit card's limit. Then Facebook sent me this: Amount You Owe: $518.35 USD We were unable to charge your ad account (...
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What does it mean to roll over debt?

I've been hearing this term quite a bit and I don't really understand what it means. Is it any different from re-financing?
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Can my company buy my personal debt?

I owe $50,000 to my mother and father, who have helped me consolidate my debt over the years. Can my business buy my debt from my parents for the full amount I owe and then forgive me from having to ...
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Fastest way to pay off debt

What is the best order to pay off debt? Only debt being home loan. For example, my home loan has interest rate of 3.5% and the stock market (some total market fund, e.g., FZROX, VTSMX), ideally, goes ...
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Paying off Mortgage with unsecured debt [duplicate]

Question Are there any downsides, or side-effects to paying off the remaining balance of a home mortgage with the help of an unsecured loan owed to a relative? Are there legal considerations that ...
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Ramifications of not paying a credit card

Scenario - Credit Card bill has not been paid for about a year. (A small amount, about $1700.00) There's a debate in the family. One side says pay it all off now (money was received from the sale of ...
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Algorithm for multiple-debt payoff to minimize time in debt

I'm not sure this is the right place to ask, but here goes anyway. Background, if you're interested I've written some pretty fast C code that can accept an ordered list of loans (with current ...
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Paying credit card debt with student loans

First of all let me say that my financial future is looking pretty scary as of right now. I just started graduate school in August and I came in with about 63k in debt from undergrad. Fortunately my ...
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Contacted by a debt collection agency in Netherlands but I have practically never been there

I live in Italy, and over the past few weeks I have been finding missed calls by a phone number from the Netherlands; since I have a relative that works there my first thought was that the number ...
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How to gradually invest in real estate without excessive risk?

A friend whom I've known for about 8 years recently asked me for advice and I wasn't sure how to respond. I became curious and decided to see if others could weigh in. Background: He and his wife ...
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Is it better to start a new business using credit, even when I have money to invest

Suppose I have to start a new Limited Liability Company and the initial investment is 50000 dollars. Let's also suppose I have that money. No problem about it! Now let's suppose something goes wrong ...
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U.S. Debt Law: What will/can repo people and banks take from you and when?

I know that this question has a lot of inherent complications, such as state laws and profitability for debtors, but I ask this because there are laws in place to protect people who owe money and I'm ...
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Open Credit Card Debt and Salary needed to not go bankrupt

I'm in a strange situation with close to $150,000 in open credit card debt and currently can't make the next payment. (While they were initially low-ish APR's. They are all at 16-27% APR or higher.) ...
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collateralized mortgage obligations

I was reading a comparative description in between CDO's and CMO's on Investopedia.com and I cant seem to understand the following statement: When the mortgages underlying a CMO are of poor credit ...
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Should I pay the student loan now classified as bad debts

I got educational loan on 2008 from one of a Bank in India. So far I am paying only interest money not principal money for it, but it’s also not regularly, I left some intermediate gap on it. Last ...
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Stuck in a debt of 3 credit cards

I have 3 credit card and I have utilized the funds of these cards 100%. Now I need to pay back the amount to bank. I am from Pakistan and the currency is PKR. Here is the stats: Card 1 - 4.5K (cash ...
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Which student loan is better to make a lump sum payment

I have $15,000 that I am trying to put towards one of my loans. Right now I have two loans $14,000 3.7% variable interest, 10 years, $140 monthly payment $30,000 7% fixed interest, 15 years, $260 ...
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What currency does inter government debt take place? [closed]

For example If japan borrows from china what currency will it borrow in ?Or if India borrows from Russia what currency will the debt take place in ?
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Does settlement of second mortgage count as short sale?

Does settlement of second mortgage count as short sale? Suppose you settle a second mortgage debt (perhaps because the house/home is seriously underwater). That will report to the credit bureaus as a ...
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Why is salary a credit if money comes in? [closed]

I am new to keeping accounts. Today I learned that debit is what comes in credit what goes out Then how can we say that salary gets credited when the money comes in?
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The most efficient way to pay off loans/credit? [duplicate]

Supposed you have a fixed amount of money to commit every month to debt repayment... well above all minimum payment requirements. All other quirks and conditions being equal. The only differences ...
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An investor holding an 8% subordinated debenture will receive how much at maturity

I came across this question in the Wiley Series 7 2020 book. The answer is c. at maturity receive principal payment plus last semi interest payment, but I still do not get it. Can you explain? An ...
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Downside of having a zero-interest loan for long time

I am able to get a zero interest loan (APR 0%) of €10k for my small business and I have to decide the debt repayment period (12-60 months). Mathematically, because interest rate is zero I should ...
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Why do CDO's have a reinvestment period?

If CDO's collect all the cashflows from their underlying assets and then pay them out to the CDO investors whats the need for a reinvestment period? and where is the principal that is being reinvested ...
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how to calculate holding period returns of a bond if they coupon is reinvested?

I was reading a book about debt securities and bonds. There is a way given in the book that calculates HPR of the bond. If an investor purchases a bond at Rs. 104, earns Rs. 8 as coupon, which ...
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Should I Invest While Attending College?

Should I invest a portion of my summer job income this summer, or should I save it all to help pay for my Freshman year in college? I figure since I'm still living at home, it would be best to utilize ...
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1099-C question

I did not work in 2017, and do not have any W2 forms for 2017. I am single, and I have been living on family support, I am currently trying to get disability. I received a 1099-C form in 2017 from a ...
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Approximation of equity value for company in default [closed]

I want to come up with an estimate for where the share price of a company may end up in a bankruptcy/event of default. What is a commonly-used rule of thumb for this? I know it will vary greatly from ...
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Debt management lawyer?

Is there such a thing as a debt management lawyer? I've got delinquent debts. I've got more than enough money to pay off all debts. I want to systematically look over each debt statement (fees, etc) ...
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In debts now, help please [closed]

Im in bad financial situation. I lost my job as admin manager about 7 years ago and since then getting another job has been impossible. I have spent every dime I have and have sold my two cars trying ...
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What does it mean when central banks buy bonds (QE)? [closed]

If I lend money to the government, they issue me a bond with the agreement that they will pay me interest and when the bond matures they will give me back the money I have invested. When central ...
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Would deflation further stress the Federal Government's Balance Sheet? Would this put in peril Debt payments and Social Security benefits?

I would like to know if deflation would represent a risk to Debt (bond) payments and Social Security benefits. To my understanding, Social Security is only indexed when there is positive inflation. ...
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Easy ways to hedge against debt overleverage and potential inflation as a personal economic agent

Every prediction is correct... at some point in the future. However, there are economical indicators that would be considered teaching points if a financial crisis were to occur at any point in the ...
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Who exactly owns the assets in asset-backed securities?

I'm reading about asset-backed securities and am confused about what actually an "asset" is in that context, and who owns the pool of assets. On one hand, I've read (ref. book Asset Securitization- ...
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How to define the state of “in debt”? [duplicate]

So I was reading on Forbes and it said a 2017 survey showed that 28% of workers making $50,000-$99,999 usually or always live paycheck to paycheck, and 70% are in debt. I wonder what kind of ...

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