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June 2014 Archives

Debt relief solutions for Tennessee residents

Incurring debt is like digging a hole in the earth under one's feet. As a person digs deeper, it becomes harder and harder for that person to climb out. Sooner or later, it would be nearly impossible to get out of the hole. Some Tennessee residents are incurring this kind of debt, however, debt relief is not as hard as it seems. A few simple changes in financial habits can help a resident climb out of a debt hole and stand firmly on solid financial ground.

Avoiding the pitfalls that credit cards offer consumers

For some consumers, credit cards offer the ability to make purchases at times when their liquid assets and cash flow are not enough to meet their needs. When relied on too often, however, overuse can create debt that becomes too hard to pay off. Tennessee residents who are tempted to use their plastic to meet short-term financial needs should understand when and how they could be abused in order to avoid building up unpayable credit card debt.

Avoiding the pitfalls of credit cards

For some consumers, credit cards offer the ability to make purchases at times when their liquid assets and cash flow are not enough to meet their needs, whether daily or out of the ordinary. When relied on too often, however, overuse can create debt that becomes hard to pay off. Tennessee residents who are tempted to use their plastic to meet short-term financial needs should understand when and how they should be used in order to avoid building up unpayable credit card debt.

Medical debt most common cause of bankruptcy in United States

Since President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, many Americans, including Tennessee residents, may be expecting relief from the financial burdens of medical debt. Unfortunately, that may not be the case, especially for people who need medications to maintain their health.

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Chattanooga, TN 37411

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