can garnishment be a better way out sometimes?
Posted 24 February 2012 - 12:09 PM
These are some of my options:
1. let them garnish 25 percent of my wages for the rest of my life
2. work two dead end jobs get in good standing and give them 50 percent of my wages for 20 years
3. join the military and send every dollar to sallie mae for 20 years
all options are a life sentence with no family, no social life, no savings, no retirement, no vacation. Which would you choose? Thanks in advance for taking time to respond.
Posted 03 March 2012 - 01:27 PM
Back in the day when my then hubby had a loan, we opted for public transportation and walking as opposed to car insurace,gas and a car payment. We budgeted horrendously low for many things to "make do" til the loans were paid. Trust me...we bonded over pnj sammichs. Working in a pizza shop was grossly under wage yet thru that job...we met Future associates that moved us thru the financial challenges to get ahead.
So yes garnish can help for the "today" matter ....yet I would thwart and re-negoatiate a responsible payment plan that gets you back on your feet during this economic challenge...
Posted 04 March 2012 - 09:08 PM
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