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Debt Consolidation in Arizona

Arizona MapAccording to figures released by the Urban Institute, 38.7 percent of the average consumer debt of $55,831 currently is in collections in Arizona. The majority of debt in the state comes from mortgages, with 70.8 percent of Arizonans struggling to make timely payments on their homes. With an average household income of $65,788, consumers who are in debt face a daunting task when it comes to getting themselves out of it.

Some consumers who are up to their eyeballs in debt will consider bankruptcy as a means to alleviate the financial pressure. While bankruptcy is certainly an option, it has a lasting effect on a consumer's credit rating and should not be entered into lightly.

Consumers also have the option of working with a reputable credit counseling agency to consolidate their debt. Consumers who qualify for debt consolidation are able to combine their separate debt into one monthly payment that fits within their budget. Creditors are required to work with consumers who are eligible for debt consolidation. As part of a debt consolidation agreement, consumers may be required to agree not to apply for any new credit until their existing debt is settled. Consumers also may be required to undergo credit counseling.


Correction: Arizona Income Tax story

In a story May 11 about an income tax proposal in Arizona, The Associated Press reported erroneously what high-income earners would pay under a proposed ballot initiative. While high earners would pay 8 percent or 9 percent taxes under the proposal, the ...

Published:  Mon, 14 May 2018 11:58:00 GMT

Has Basis used Arizona tax money to open schools in Texas, Washington, D.C.

Has Basis used Arizona tax money to open schools in Texas, Washington, D.C. Did charter schools powerhouse Basis use state funds to expand operations in Texas, Washington, D.C., while accumulating a $32 million deficit Check out this story on azcentral ...

Published:  Fri, 11 May 2018 10:42:00 GMT

Arizona Effort to Tax Rich Draws Biz Concerns

PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona voters could decide on a proposal to hike income taxes on the wealthy to generate hundreds of millions of dollars for schools this fall, a measure that leading business advocates say would damage the state's economy. The Invest in ...

Published:  Fri, 11 May 2018 13:34:00 GMT

Supes approve flood tax changes despite concerns from Flagstaff councilmembers

She said it was also important to make the tax change now, as the county is finalizing its budget for the coming fiscal year. Arizona's 14 other counties already assess a flood control district tax on all properties within their boundaries, Andreani said.

Published:  Wed, 16 May 2018 04:28:00 GMT

Progressive group targets GOP tax law in new Nevada ad campaign

The group made a similar expenditure in Arizona, hitting the tax law in the Phoenix media market in the midst of a competitive special election in the state's 8th District last month. The group also released two digital ads hitting the tax law tied to two ...

Published:  Tue, 15 May 2018 03:18:16 GMT

Robb: Arizona teachers should have problems with this income tax initiative

Before teachers hit the streets to circulate petitions for the Invest in Education initiative, they should carefully consider the potentially monumental consequences of the way it redefines "teacher" for purposes of earmarked compensation to include ...

Published:  Fri, 11 May 2018 06:34:00 GMT

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