Attorney Christine Kingston Talks About Class Action Suits for Those with Student Loans – February 2017 Interview

Katherine: Hello everyone, thank you so much for joining us right here on This Needs To Be Said. Our good friend attorney Christine Kingston is here with us today, and we’re going to talk about student loans again. If you remember from our last interview, she introduced this service that she’s providing, and remember she’s […]

Financial Freedom: How Much Will You Pay?

You’ve heard the saying, “Nothing in life is free.” Getting out of debt has its price too.  First, it requires that you “get real” about your current financial condition.  In order to get the reality of your finances you’ll need to know four things: Assets, Liabilities, Income and Expenses for the household.  Denial over the […]

Open Letter to President-Elect Trump

Dear President-Elect Trump, As you prepare to step from one ivory tower to the next, keep in mind, the hundreds of millions of Americans that have had their jobs shipped out of the country; their education has turned into profit machines for banks and the schools that push costly student loans; and the turmoil around […]

Debt Jubilee Brings End To Debt Threats

In today’s Los Angeles Times, Tom Petruno’s (@tpetruno) article entitled, Debt Threat Looms, again, he warns us of inevitable business cycles and where the economy is headed. You see, in order for the economy to move full steam ahead, we need to continue to spend money. The problem with that concept is that we’re so […]

Mortgage Forensic Loan Audits Scam Alert

California’s mortgage crisis is out of control. The sub-prime lending didn’t end until late 2007 and into early 2008 when the economy collapsed. What further frustrates our sunshine state’s mortgage problems is that we were sold Jumbo loans due to our high property values. A Jumbo loan is a mortgage loan in an amount above […]


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