Managing Editor

Daniel Cohen

Daniel Cohen has many years of experience in the financial services industry. Daniel has worked as a mortgage loan officer, a debt counselor, and as a tax consultant. He also owned a small business, manufacturing and distributing clothing, which gives him first-hand knowledge about the challenges of running a business. A common link in all his work experience is a devotion to customer satisfaction. When not working, Daniel enjoys hiking in the redwoods or attending live music shows.

March 4, 2010

Debt Validation | If the debt collector has a bare account and the consumer seeks a debt validation, the collector has no means to validate the bare a...


January 11, 2010

A judgment-creditor may not garnish Social Security benefits, but federal agencies may do so. Some money in your account is exempt from levy, but the ...


August 12, 2009

A good debt consolidation company can help you get out of debt. A bad one can take your money and do nothing. To find the right company to help you, b...

October 14, 2008

Student Loan Garnishment | Learn your options to stop garnishments resulting from a student loan default. Your options are limited, but it is importan...


December 7, 2007

Confused about consolidating debt? Watch this debt consolidation video that explains your options and which is best for you at Bills.com, from Bradfor...

August 31, 2007

Statute of limitations | When the statute of limitations on collecting a debt is reached, you may not have to pay the debt, but collectors can still t...

May 17, 2007

Learn the secrets of knowing when to refinance and if refinancing is the best option, whether to save money each month or to get cash out for other ex...