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Debt Consolidation in Nebraska

Nebraska MapNebraska residents, like most of the U.S., have their fair share of debt. While the average outstanding debt balance is typically lower than the national average, thereís plenty of Nebraskans that are feeling financially overwhelmed. A combination of the recent recession, lagging job growth and the housing market are typically to blame for financial woes.

Many Nebraskans are finding that debt consolidation provides the avenue to get on top of their debt and create some breathing room. Several debt consolidation companies work with Nebraska residents to help them find the best tool to improve their personal situation. These companies are familiar with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act that is followed by the state of Nebraska.

Consolidating debt allows the consumer to lower their monthly payments and eliminate numerous creditors by combining their outstanding balances into one loan. Generally speaking, this allows the consumer to get on top of their financial troubles and begin planning for the future. While Nebraskanís have approximately $4,000 less in outstanding loans than the national average this doesnít mean that all residents are immune to financial struggles. Many are barely making the minimum monthly payments on their credit cards and living paycheck to paycheck, which can be a vicious cycle.

Getting assistance from a debt consolidation expert is the first step in managing burdening debt. Several of these companies are not only able to provide a solution to the current problem but provide assistance on how to best manage finances going forward. Saving for college tuition, a new home and eventual retirement can be a likely goal for someone who gets the proper assistance.


Nebraska's state tax collections in April were better than expected

LINCOLN - The State of Nebraska got some welcome news in a new report that showed state tax collections for April were above what had been expected. The State Revenue Department released a report Tuesday that shows net general fund receipts were up $11 ...

Published:  Tue, 15 May 2018 16:56:00 GMT

DECISION 2018: Voters approve half-cent sales tax increase in Dakota City, NE, select county commissioner candidates

Dakota County Commissioners Bill Rohde and Scott Love chose not to seek re-election for another term, so 13 candidates and a write-in were vying for the two open seats. The top two Republican and Democratic vote-getters are advancing to the general ...

Published:  Tue, 15 May 2018 17:29:00 GMT

First National Bank kicks off Nest 529 College Savings Plan

NEST 529 is a tax-advantaged 529 college savings plan and provides four ... TD Ameritrade 529 College Savings Plan and State Farm College Savings Plan. The Nebraska state treasurer serves as program trustee. First National Bank of Omaha serves as program ...

Published:  Sun, 20 May 2018 02:37:00 GMT


After winning the Democratic Primary for Governor of Nebraska on Tuesday, candidate Bob Krist and his running mate, Lynne Walz took to the air on a fly around tour of the state to talk about Property Tax Reform. Krist, a former state senator from Omaha ...

Published:  Wed, 16 May 2018 15:51:00 GMT

Initiative to expand Prop 13 homeowner tax benefits eligible for November ballot

SACRAMENTO >> Just as a ballot initiative that would dramatically expand Proposition 13 tax benefits for longtime homeowners was deemed eligible for the November ballot on Thursday, its proponents said they were negotiating with the Legislature on a ...

Published:  Thu, 17 May 2018 19:31:00 GMT

First National of Nebraska, citing tax changes, says net income fell 37.6 percent in 2017

First National of Nebraska saw its net income drop by 37.6 percent in 2017, citing the change in federal income tax laws and an increase in loan losses for reducing its annual net income for the first time since 2011. The Omaha company, parent of First ...

Published:  Sun, 13 May 2018 22:11:00 GMT

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