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Charged Up! podcast: Dealing with debt

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Creditcards.com columnist and CPA Sally Herigstad discusses what options you have when you’re in a debt crisis

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Creditcards.com columnist and CPA Sally Herigstad discusses the options you have when dealing with debt. Whether you are just beginning to feel the pinch of debt or you are scared to answer the phone because of the constant ring of debt collectors, Sally breaks down your options and the path you need to take depending on where you are in your journey out of debt.

She discusses solutions, such as debt consolidation, balance transfer cards, credit counseling,

bankruptcy and negotiating down your debt.

See related: Charged Up! podcast: Becoming financially literate

 

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