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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...
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?
Our entire existence is on loan from G-d. The question is, can we make the divine loan into a divine investment?
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