Is your debt a problem? Do you worry about whether you can meet your obligations? Melissa America provides tips on how to deal with your debt head on. The best way to tell if your debt is a problem is to complete a comprehensive budget. Once you subtract all you monthly expenses from your income, […]
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No, I am afraid this is not possible. However if you are married ‘in community of property’ and your partner works, then you will qualify as a joint application. It is however essential that you get employment as quickly as possible.