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Acworth, NH Debt Consolidation in New Hampshire

There’s no need to struggle with the high interest rates of credit cards any longer!  Whatever your reason for falling into debt, Somerset can help get you back on your feet.  Our debt consolidation specialists can help you:

 

Lower Your Monthly Payment
Acworth, New Hampshire residents benefit from the ease of paying just one low monthly payment while quickly eliminating your debt.

 

Save Money

Somerset Investors Corp. offers some of the lowest mortgage interest rates in Acworth, NH.  Combine your high interest credit cards, personal loans, retail cards, home improvement loans, time shares, and boat loans into a single low interest debt consolidation loan.  Even if you have bad credit, Somerset’s debt consolidation specialist can get you on the right track.

 

Consolidate Mortgages

Take advantage of lower interest rates by consolidating all your mortgages into a single mortgage with a low interest rate.

 

Smile during Tax-Time

A debt consolidation loan can save you money on taxes!  Unlike credit cards, mortgage interest is usually tax deductible.  Consult a tax professional or one of our debt consolidation specialists to get the facts.

 

Still deciding if debt consolidation is right for you?  There’s never any fee or obligation to speak to our debt consolidation specialists.  They can work with you to determine just how a debt consolidation loan will benefit you.

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Acworth, New Hampshire News
Hilltop Hanover Farm Gets New Farmer

A farmer is the heart to the operation of any farm. As of this spring, Hilltop Hanover, the county-owned agricultural and environmental education center, has a new one.


"First Look" VIII : an Unconventional Hosta Convention Comes to TH

The Ascutney Mountain Resort is host to an annual convention of gardeners specializing in growing and breeding hostas, the number one selling perennial in the United States.


Main Street will celebrate Wilton with music by Ballou Brothers Band

The Main Street Association has chosen Saturday, June 7, as the day to "Celebrate Wilton." Main Street events will include music by the Ballou Brothers Band, artists and vendors, lots of food, activities for ... via Nashua Telegraph


New trial for man convicted of murdering girlfriend's mother in Nashua

The court said the trial judge violated William Sullivan's rights by improperly replacing a juror after deliberations had begun, and by not doing enough to make sure the rest of the jurors would start ... via The Citizen


Photography

Chamberlin, who has Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, has been taking photos of New Hampshire's outdoors for years. via Concord Monitor


Littleton pharmacy earns special accreditation

"The standards cover everything from how often the floors are cleaned to how employees are trained"

"We're the first one in northern New England and the first one in New Hampshire to receive accreditation," said David Rochefort, who opened the Northern New England Compounding Pharmacy in 2006. via UnionLeader


Dems' voter-list case appealed

"We are arguing essentially that in not granting a remedy, Judge Conboy gave them the opportunity to just keep the money without being accountable for it. We feel that was an error and we are therefore asking the Supreme Court to reverse the decision."

The state information was sold to both the Democratic and Republican parties under the provision of a state law that was later found unconstitutional. via UnionLeader


Sorry, Charlie: A day in a string of many holidays

"Here lies Biff. Gee, his back must be getting stiff."

Did you know that every day is a holiday? True story. Some are more significant than others - Groundhog Day obviously pales in comparison to Christmas - but pretty much every day on your calendar is a holiday. via Seacoast Online


Ocean Bank to close three N.H. branches

"We view this as part of the normal business situation in light of the merger and the economic situation. We have been thoughtful and have tried to minimize any disruption to our employees and our customers"

Ocean Bank will close four branches - three of them in New Hampshire - and eliminate 30 positions, as part of consolidation and cost-cutting moves by its new parent company, People's United, bank president Dan ... via New Hampshire Business Review


City Hall: Go to Raxx if you want a beer and a political office

"Perhaps there have been other people in the past that he's gotten to run that have been great, upstanding state reps or board members. I can't think of any off the top of my head."

SO FAR as we can tell, there are two reasons to go to Raxx, the downtown bar and billiards hall. via UnionLeader


Kathy Sullivan, Peter Burling aim for DNC seats

With protection of New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary a key issue, state Democrats next month will have several choices on who should represent them for the next four years on the Democratic National ... via UnionLeader


Winter storm watch begins late tonight - 6 inches possible

A Swath Of Snow Will Accompany The Low... Affecting Southern New Hampshire And At Least A Portion Of Southwest Maine Late Tonight And Continuing Into Friday. via The Citizen


UNH: Fundraiser misspoke about goal

"When I met him, he talked all about the schools in Australia"

Donald Wilson stepped down Jan. 15, about seven months after he was hired to lead the foundation, the university's fundraising arm. via UnionLeader


Top Stories in the Valley News

Lebanon -- A day after news hit that Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center workers will lose their automatic cost-of-living raises and receive only merit increases, the reaction among employees ranged from ... via Valley News


The Week in Preview: March 17

"Moyori no karaoke-ya wa doko ni aru no?"

MONDAY Paint the town green As they're saying today in Ireland and in Irish pubs around the world, "Beannachtam na Feile Padraig!" For those of you who haven't stopped in for a beer just yet, that translates to ... via Nashua Telegraph


Peabody resigns her post

"If you do not appear ... your name will be submitted to the Board of Registrars for immediate removal from the checklist."

"We did receive a letter that came in just after closing. I have not seen the letter myself, but my understanding is that she did submit her resignation," City Clerk Carol Johnson said last night. via UnionLeader


New Bedford - a 25-year-old Ethiopian and a 27-year-old New

A 25-year-old Ethiopian and a 27-year-old New Hampshire school teacher are the men's and women's winners of this year's New Bedford Half Marathon. via SouthCoastToday.com


GSFTC - Local Voters to Weigh In on Property Taxes on Town Ballots

"Many years of 'the Pledge' have elevated this election-year razzle-dazzle to gospel status in the Granite State, which has made it nearly impossible to even broach the topic of taxes even between neighbors"

CONCORD, March 10, 2008 Voters from Acworth to Wolfboro will have a unique opportunity this week, at their town meetings, to take action on rising property taxes by asking state lawmakers to do something about ... via Press Releases


Snow's crush causes new collapses

"There was no power in the building, no oil or gas."

Three buildings - one in the Lilac City and two in Farmington - are the latest local structures to succumb to the weight of snowloads on their roofs. via The Citizen


DOT outlines Little Bay Bridge project

"The goal is to improve safety and mitigate congestion"

The Little Bay Bridge project will begin to take shape within the next eight years as officials have announced a tentative timeline for construction and traffic implementation. via The Citizen


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