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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.


HARMS: A real state spending discussion must consider the tax code

Cutting state spending in order to reduce taxes is a common refrain in Nebraska. It actually was a key goal of mine when I ran for the Legislature in 2006. After eight years in the Unicameral and serv...

Published:  Sat, 22 Sep 2018 23:00:00 GMT

Sales tax exemptions eyed to fund Nebraska property tax relief

Nebraska's long list of state sales tax exemptions was identified Thursday as the best potential revenue source to help fund substantial local property tax relief during a legislative forum ...

Published:  Thu, 13 Sep 2018 13:30:00 GMT

Nebraska property owners won't save as much on taxes this year

LINCOLN - Nebraska property owners will save a little less on property taxes this year as the state's Property Tax Credit Fund has to stretch a little more. State revenue officials announced Friday th...

Published:  Fri, 14 Sep 2018 18:55:00 GMT

Nebraska senators struggle to fund schools and cut taxes

Three months after a coalition of Nebraska lawmakers started looking for ways to pay for K-12 public schools while lowering property taxes, senators still haven't united behind a proposal and a tight ...

Published:  Sun, 16 Sep 2018 05:57:00 GMT

ERDMAN: Nebraska needs property tax relief

Nebraskans desperately need property tax relief. Over the past ten years property valuations on agricultural land have increased 252 percent statewide and taxes have increased 162 percent. Meanwhile, ...

Published:  Sat, 15 Sep 2018 23:00:00 GMT

Spending debate must consider tax incentives

Harms is a member of the OpenSky Policy Institute Board of Directors. Cutting state spending to reduce taxes is a common refrain in Nebraska. It was a goal of mine when I ran for the Legislature in 20...

Published:  Thu, 20 Sep 2018 09:41:00 GMT

State of Nebraska tells amount of property tax gift for homeowners

This year the owner of the average Lincoln home ($184,800) will get $159.85 in tax relief in the form of a state property tax credit. The state recently announced the annual gift to property ...

Published:  Thu, 20 Sep 2018 12:00:00 GMT

Rural And Republican Sedgwick County Is Considering A Sales Tax In November

One of the biggest sales tax contributors in Sedgwick county is a thriving retail marijuana shop a few miles off Interstate 76. Sedgwick Alternative Relief is the first retail shop you can get to comi...

Published:  Thu, 20 Sep 2018 03:38:00 GMT

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