Try these five tips to avoid credit card debt, or from going further into debt, over the upcoming holiday season.
Nearly every other day it seems like we hear another disgruntling statistic about the alleged irresponsibility, laziness or lack of work ethic surrounding the so-called Millennial generation.
Borrowers who qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can discharge the debts relating to their credit cards.
It starts with a small credit card purchase, maybe to buy a minor but necessary item at the grocery store, and before you know it, things get out of control.
If you have credit card debt that you are struggling to pay off, there are some very important facts you need to know.
Sometimes Florida residents do not require bankruptcy proceedings to get out from under a debt avalanche.
Debt settlement, which involves negotiating directly with creditors to pay off debt for less than what you owe, is a possible option for debt relief.
Most of us are well-intentioned when it comes to things like spending and saving. However, the reality is that things sometimes come up that can make the ability to do either difficult if not impossible.
The unfortunate reality for many consumers is that they often feel powerless in their dealings with credit card companies.
Many experts suggest that those in Florida who are struggling with credit card debt first take a moment to examine the debt, considering it from all sides, rather than just looking at the raw numbers.