Amy Nickson

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Joined On:27th Jan, 2015
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About me: Amy Nickson is a web enthusiast and a financial writer who contributes crisp and well-researched articles on budgeting, debt, credit, personal finance, law, bankruptcy at OVLG to spread financial awareness.

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Contributed on: 22nd Jun, 2021

Are you liable for your deceased parent's medical bill?It’s no secret that the cost of medical care is high, and keeps getting higher. Medical debt is the number one cause of bankruptcy in the Unite... Read more »

Contributed on: 7th Jun, 2021

Table of contents Table of contents When can you be sued for medical bi... Read more »

Contributed on: 26th Apr, 2021

Dreams seldom become reality! However, debt free living is such a dream that can come true if you take a few necessary steps. If you are buried under overwhelming debt burden, it might seem a distant ... Read more »

Contributed on: 16th Mar, 2021

Debt settlement is an efficient approach where you need to pay a fraction of your debt amount. It is a convenient way of getting rid of massive debt within a short time. Your outstanding balance can b... Read more »

Contributed on: 30th Dec, 2020

Filing for bankruptcy is one of the toughest financial decisions to make for any individual, and once decided, which option to choose is another confusing job. If you are going to file for personal ba... Read more »

Contributed on: 17th Dec, 2020

The year 2020 is about to end now. From the very beginning of this year, we have not only experienced a lot of financial hurdles but also gone through a surge of physical, mental, and social difficult... Read more »

Contributed on: 8th Dec, 2020

In the recent years the number of people filing for bankruptcy has steadily increased. According to American Bankruptcy Institute, the number has increased to almost 50 percent from that of the first ... Read more »

Contributed on: 24th Nov, 2020

FDCPA can't be enforced on the creditors who’re contacting the debtors to collect their own debts. There are lots of misconceptions about what a creditor can do and can’t do against a debtor. If y... Read more »

Contributed on: 16th Oct, 2020

This global pandemic is like an eye-opening event for people to understand how uncertain our lives are. People are now realizing the importance of estate planning to ensure financial security for thei... Read more »

Contributed on: 24th Sep, 2020

Student loans are good, but you need to be also aware that too much student loan debt can cost you painfully in near future. A student, who completed his graduation in 2009, having approx $30.000 stud... Read more »