Get Out of Debt
Being in debt sucks. Paying it off can feel intimidating, but it is possible. If you’re struggling with high credit card balances, follow these steps to pay off your debt once and for all.
Americans’ collective credit card debt balance hit $930 billion in Q3 2022. That’s a $43 billion jump from the previous quarter. The average cardholder now has more than $6,000 in credit card debt, closing in on 2019’s all-time high. But our debt burden isn’t equally shared. Most Americans have no credit card debt at all.
Whether you’ve dealt with insufficient income and mounting bills for years or face a new, unexpected challenge such as a big medical expense or a lost job, it can be frustrating to watch the interest pile up on your unpaid obligations while wondering how you’re going to make ends meet each month. Fortunately, there are plenty of
An unexpected illness or injury can quickly lead to mounting medical costs. Without an emergency fund, it’s easy to fall into medical debt, hurting your budget and credit score. Fortunately, there are several ways to get medical debt off your credit report. Find out which is best for you.
Moving to a new state to pay off your student loans might sound like a drastic move, but you get to experience a new place and maybe even a lower cost of living or better job opportunities. The only question left to ask yourself is which state to move to.
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