If you are dealing with credit and debt, you aren’t alone. You have a great opportunity to assess your financial situation and make a plan to move forward. The average American household has a balance of about $6,600 in credit card debt, and that’s not taking into account home, auto, and student loans. Paying off your debt is successful with a little planning. In fact, a plan can go a long way toward achieving your financial goals. Even in a time of financial uncertainty, there are ways to address and manage credit so it works for you.
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Debt is a lot like snow. The more it accumulates, the more damage it can do.
Did you know it only takes two feet of compressed snow to stress the roof of your home and set it up for a potential collapse? While homeowner's insurance can cover repair costs, there's no such insurance policy that can help you recover from the destruction caused by the weight of debt.
If you're struggling to pay bills or can't seem to make progress on your emergency savings fund, too much debt might be to blame. Fortunately, there are two proven debt repayment methods that allow you to melt away years of debt accumulation.
How exactly do you get your finances where you want them? Everyone’s situations and goals are a little bit different, but these two financial health to-dos are a great place to start.
Spring is in the air, and what better way to celebrate than with a credit card spring cleaning!
(Really – we’re serious.)
Just like a thorough spring cleaning improves your home and gets everything in tip-top shape, a credit card spring cleaning will make a difference in your financial situation.
After you clear any cobwebs and before you take on your cluttered basement, consider these five cleaning tips to use on your credit card debt.