Elderly parent’s fixed income leaves few solutions to pay off debt

by Jon Henshaw

Steve Dinnen in The Christian Science Monitor reports:

Q: I have a 72-year-old mother receiving Social Security checks of approximately $617 per month. She lives in low-income housing, is on medical assistance, and has a credit-card debt of at least $5,000. What are her options?

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