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Should you make more than the minimum payment?

Washingon D.C. residents like you may be tempted to make the minimum payment on your credit card bills. Not only do you avoid late fees, but you also avoid having to make large lump payments at once if your bill is particularly high. But should you be taking this option?

The sickening cost of health care

How are you feeling today? If the answer is, "Not so good," you probably also have a stack of medical bills on your kitchen table. Even if you have health insurance, chances are you are struggling to pay medical debt for your injury, sudden illness or chronic condition. While 53 percent of people without insurance say they are having trouble paying for medical care, another 20 percent of those who have insurance are in the same boat.

Can you recover after falling behind on mortgage payments?

As a resident in Washington D.C. who is currently behind on your mortgage payments, you may be wondering if there is any way for you to recover. It may be a bit of a climb in some cases, but the good news is, you can definitely recover from it. We at Ammerman & Goldberg will help you learn the options available to help you get back on your feet after falling behind on your payments.

Can you get your car back if it's been repossessed?

Washington D.C. residents who have had a vehicle repossessed like you may be wondering one thing: is that the end of the road for you and your vehicle? Once your car is repossessed, is that battle considered lost? Will you ever have the chance to get it back?

What are some good ways to consolidate debt?

As a resident of Washington D.C. who is looking into consolidating your debts, you likely have one major question: what is the best possible way to consolidate? There are many options out there and each have different strengths and weaknesses that could benefit your situation, but the following are a good place to start your considerations.

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