Is credit counseling the right solution for your debt?
The Ins and Outs of Credit Counseling
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Advice for getting on the smae page with your spouse regarding getting help with your debt from a credit counselor.
10 Questions to Ask a Credit Counselor
Getting help to manage debt is no longer shameful, but it's helpful to know what to askAssure You Get Reputable Debt Management
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Have you decided not to do anything about your debts? Here's what the future has in store for you.How Much Can a Debt Counselor Help?
Debt counselors don't have a magic wand. Without some sort of income, they can only do so much.Never Too Old for Credit Counseling
For people in debt for decades, credit counseling could show them how to climb out.
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A credit counseling program averts the stigma of bankruptcy, but may tag you as a credit risk nonetheless.
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