It’s difficult to say what the most regrettable financial decision might be. Investing with Bernie Madoff comes to mind. But there’s another candidate that deserves at least an honorable mention: cosigning a loan for someone else. On this MoneyWise, Rob West dissuades cosigning and has some suggestions for you if you’ve done so.
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- If your household income is $43,000, you're $35,000 in debt and your monthly necessities are more than you bring in each month, what should you do?
- If you've heard from investment advisors that there are major pitfalls to mutual funds, is this true?
- If you have a home equity line of credit, have $6,000 on it and have been making the minimum payments, but don’t seem to be making any progress, what should you do?
- If you've read in Scripture that we’re no longer under Old Testament laws, are we required to tithe 10% since we’re in the New Testament period?
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