Isn’t everyone in debt? How do you know when it’s too much? Here are some signs that it’s time to seek an outside opinion on your debt load.
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At Credit Counselling Sudbury we’ve helped thousands of people who have found themselves in trouble with debt. Here are a few secrets for getting out of debt.
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In order to work out a feasible repayment plan with creditors, you need to establish a household budget that sets aside enough money for your family’s basic and essential needs before you can determine how much you can afford for monthly payments.
The amount you can afford to repay creditors is your payment capacity.
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