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Loans; Credit; Debt

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Parshat Re'eh
Giving loans is considered a greater mitzvah than the mitzvah of giving charity because it is less embarrassing for a needy person to take a loan than to receive charity.
Loans and Debts, Lesson 1
Learn the fundamental principles and basic process for debt collection of loans.
A friend of mine who is known to burn money and not repay loans is continuously asking me for a loan. I have heard that one should always give a loan when asked. Should I be giving him a loan?
Question: I am owed money by Jews for goods and services provided over the past few months on credit. I expected all of the outstanding invoices to have been paid by Rosh Hashanah, but it’s beginning to look like some will not be paid by then. I did not l...
A person must be given the ability to have a new start, because it is virtually impossible to put together the broken pieces of what was hitherto a mismanaged financial ledger while burdened by unbearable debt. The same is true in a spiritual sense...
Rabbi Shmuel was very careful in keeping the accounts of the free-loan fund, marking every transaction carefully in his books...
Wouldn’t this commandment make people hesitant to lend, knowing that the debtor could just run out the clock?
I have done everything in my power to pay back my debts, but every time I make a little headway, something happens to plunge me into debt again.
Your friend gets to make her purchase and you get to rack up some points. Kosher?
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