See How Easily You Can Restructure Your Debts...

By: John Williams

Illness, followed by doctor bills; death of a loved one, car troubles, home repairs, braces for the kids and the list can go on and on. The fact is, no one expects to become financially troubled. It seems to sneak up on you at the worse of times.

You may believe that bankruptcy is your only option. It is true, filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy will clear you of any obligations to creditors; however, bankruptcy is devastating to your credit and time consuming.

There's other options available, such as, debt
consolidation.

Debt consolidation is a broad term. There are different types of consolidation that may be compatible to your needs, such as:

  • Government Debt Consolidation
  • Debt Consolidation Loans
  • Non Profit Debt Consolidation.

Depending on your situation and financial stability will determine the most appropriate consolidation program for you.

Debt consolidation is the process of using one large loan to pay off smaller ones. Normally, you will receive a lower interest rate, lower monthly payments; however, you may have a longer repayment period.

On the other hand, you will not have your daily life interrupted by harassing creditors. You can use the money you save with debt consolidation to pay your current living expenses.

You may decide to invest the money you have available into a Savings Account. Other benefits will include:

  • One low monthly payment, 
  • Lower interest rates, 
  • No negotiating with creditor or making payment
    arrangements, 
  • Less stress, 
  • Less of your personal time used on creditors, 
  • Credit score not impaired by bankruptcy 
  • And best of all the satisfaction of being able to pay your bills and work your way out of financial ruins.

So don't despair if your debts seem too much to handle. Debt consolidation can be your way back towards financial freedom.

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