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Managing credit card debt in a healthy way

On Behalf of | Dec 4, 2015 | Credit Card Debt

The holidays are here and this means that retailers and other companies are offering huge sales to entice people in Davidson to spend money. Often, people will put these purchases on their credit card in order to grant gift wishes their children, friends or family members have. However, using plastic to buy things must be done with great care.

It is important for people to remember that credit cards have high interest rates. Therefore, in order to manage credit card debt in a healthy way, purchases should be limited to what a person can financially handle. Credit cards can be a great way to build a good credit report but they can also damage that report if people are not careful. This is especially true for people who have just received their first credit card in the mail.

Credit card debt can accumulate without users being aware of it so it is important for them to only use their plastic for items that can be paid off without financial difficulty. Furthermore, it can help their credit report if they pay off the balance over a period of time, rather than pay it off immediately. For people who have more than one credit card and balance, it can be tempting to simply pay off the balance of one card by transferring it to another card. However, this is not the best idea.

When people have become overwhelmed by debt, there are options available that can help them regain financial control. Therefore, they may find it helpful to sit down with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.

Source: CNBC, “Drowning in credit card debt? Here’s how to survive,” Kenneth Kiesnoski, Nov. 23, 2015


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