I Need Help Paying Bills! What Should I Do?
I Am Unable to Pay My Debts. What Can I Do? - MONEY
For the latest business news and markets data, please visit CNN Business. The good news is that most students receive some financial help paying for college, bringing the cost down from the school's "sticker price. Even without a scholarship, there are plenty of other forms of aid that can help you tackle the cost. The financial aid system can be confusing , so don't feel bad if you're a little unclear about how it all works. There are scholarships and grants which you don't have to pay back , and loans which you do. Some of what you receive is based on income and some can be based on academic merit. Colleges, states, and the federal government give out grants, which don't need to be repaid.
What happens if I do not have the money to pay the debt or judgment?
Jump to navigation. If you cannot pay the debt, tell the creditor. Keep reminding the creditor during your case. If you are execution proof tell the creditor. Even if you do not have the money to pay the debt, always go to court when you are told to go.
Making a committed decision to get out of debt is tough. Coming up with the money to pay off your debt is tougher. Tap into all the resources you can to fund your get out of debt plan. There are two basic ways to get more money to pay off your debts. The first is to decrease your expenses.