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Five Simple Ways to Get Out of Debt
Debt can be overwhelming, especially when we've taken on too much of it.† It looms over our heads, overshadowing everything else at times.† Getting into debt has become easier than it once was, and one of the results is more people who have trouble making ends meet.†† more

Free Credit Reports and How to Use Them
The Federal Trade Commission has always had to listen to consumers complain.† A few years back, those complaints rose to a roar when consumers who were responding to an ad for a free credit report found themselves enrolled in a monthly service.† The FTC stepped in and amended the Fair Credit Reporting Act to require each of the three national consumer reporting companies - Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion - to provide each consumer with a free credit report every 12 months. more

Credit Counseling Explained
The average person carries several thousand dollars of debt.† While this may not be a lot in the grand scheme of things, it does make a difference to a personís creditworthiness if they canít pay.† If this is where you fall, credit counseling may be the answer.† Here are some facts about the credit counseling process. more


Debt Consolidation Services Really Work?
Paying off everything we owe on our own is the preferable way to handle debt.† But sometimes that's easier said than done.† Our circumstances often change, making it impossible to even make our minimum monthly payments. more


You Can Get Out of Debt On Your Own
There are lots of options out there for those of us who are too far in debt.† There is credit counseling and debt consolidation.† There are lawyers offering to have your debt reduced for a fee, and in extreme cases, there is bankruptcy.† With all of these choices, one might imagine that it's impossible for a person to get out of debt on his own.† more


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