It was June. I was attending a wedding of a friend and I met a man in his late 20’s, who had recently fallen into debt. It began with a serious biking accident. His finances had been on shaky ground before his accident. After a six-month hospital stay, his finances were in trouble.
He was better now and wanted to rebuild his life. But he had been out of work for a while and faced the new challenge of climbing from debt. He had amassed $20,000 in credit card debt, private loans, and interest growing every month.