Last Updated on Friday, 26 October 2012 13:21
- Make a plan to stop accumulating new debt.
- Build your budget to include a plan to pay all your debt.
- Pay bills on time and in full every month to have a good credit score.
- If you need help putting together a plan to get debt free, seek help from an accredited non-profit credit counseling agency.
- Don’t fall for schemes from companies offering to help you pay only a percentage of your debt. These practices are highly predatory and deceptive.
Financial Suggestions Provided By:
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central Oklahoma – CCCS is a non-profit agency committed to helping people help themselves become financially strong individuals and families through counseling, debt management and education. www.cccsok.org or 405/7892227 or 800/364-2227
- FINRA Investor Education Foundation - http://www.saveandinvest.org/- Unbiased financial tools and information for military families and all investors from the FINRA Foundation.
- Better Business Bureau- http://www.bbb.org/us/article/tips-for-consumers-considering-bankruptcy-6102- Information to help you carefully evaluate your options when considering bankruptcy
- Get More Money Now- http://www.bbbmoneynow.org/- Steps you can take to put money in your pocket
- Pay Down Debt- http://paydowndebt.unl.edu/- Start down the road to reducing debt
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