I have a lot of debts and I can’t pay
When applying for a loan, it is important to set a term and a monthly payment that does not jeopardize our budget. This is necessary to avoid falling behind and thus comply with payments in a timely manner, bringing good results for our finances and our credit history.
If you do not pay your credit card, the delinquent interest, as well as your debt, will grow. In addition, you will obtain a bad credit history that will turn you into an unreliable person and you will not be able to obtain other types of credit such as automobile or mortgage loans.
If you cannot assume the payment of your debt, there is the alternative of talking to the financial entity and reevaluate the conditions of the loan, so that it is possible to obtain a lower installment with a longer term, or some other option that the advisors can give you.
What happens if I leave the country and leave Argentine debts?
Christine Lagarde herself, president of the European Central Bank, closed the door a few days ago to questions from MEPs: “I don’t even ask myself the question. It is as simple as that, because anything in that sense would simply be a violation of the treaty. The ECB operates under the treaty; there is Article 123 of the treaty that prohibits that kind of approach and I respect the treaty. Period.”
As Fuentes Castro explains citing data from Capital and Ideology (Piketty, 2019), “the law of September 30, 1797 consolidated one-third of the debt, while the remaining two-thirds were paid in bearer bonds. Taxes and inflation did the rest: the debt was reduced from 90% of national income in 1797 to 20% in 1815.”
Chile’s foreign debt 1973
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I’m desperate, I owe too much money
Since the 1960s, the U.S. debt began to grow steadily without policies to reduce it, in contrast to the way it was managed before World War II.
The then candidate also promised to eliminate government spending that he considers “unnecessary”, but that could be counterproductive because cutting social programs would mean losing the votes of the people benefited by those programs. Currently, the programs that mostly impact the debt are Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, plus interest payments on debt service. In addition, Trump decided to increase military spending by $40 billion and is still looking for ways to finance the wall he intends to build on the border with Mexico. This shows that reducing the debt is not exactly his priority.
The issue of U.S. debt is important because it is the world’s leading economy, which has never defaulted on its debt. In addition, the U.S. dollar occupies the central place in the international exchange system because of the way the economy was structured at the end of World War II -and with greater emphasis after the abandonment of Bretton Woods in the 1970s-, which makes it the most coveted currency in the world. The high demand for the dollar has helped the United States finance its debt and, because demand is stable, central banks are willing to lend money to the United States at lower interest rates. However, a debt crisis in the U.S. would mean investors losing confidence in the U.S. and a possible dollar debacle.