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Debt Management

You can manage your debts

Getting into debt can be a long and arduous process or it can be relatively quick and seamless, but no matter how you got there, serious debt problems can be avoided or resolved by following a simple debt management plan. And while accumulating debt may not always be a bad thing in the long term in order to pay for a new house or education, failure to live within your means on a daily basis is the number one cause of bankruptcy in North America and the problem is only getting worse. So if staying out of debt has become a difficult task, then a debt management plan may be just the thing for you.

Establish a Budget

The first step in any effective debt management plan is to establish a weekly or monthly budget based on your income and stick to it. The idea behind this is to know exactly how much income is coming in and where it is being spent; when making a budget or "spending plan", the goal is to maximize your income and minimize your expenses while making a simultaneous commitment not to take on any new debts no matter what. Because the nature of a budget is to restrict spending habits and prioritize needs, many people feel that they are left with very little money to spend on actual "living". However, as you slowly regain your financial freedom and unburden yourself of debt, the sacrifices made along the way will have been well worth the wait on the road to financial security.If you are finding that you cannot stay within your established budget for any number of reasons and your debt load continues to accumulate, it is time to consider debt consolidation or debt counseling.

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Debtors Anonymous

Spending money can become an addiction and must be dealt with in order to avoid a constant spiral into debt and potential bankruptcy or financial ruin. For those people who feel their spending habits may be out of control, visit the Debtors Anonymous website for further information on where to get the help you need.

 







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