How To Pay Off Credit Cards Quickly – Debt Consolidation Loans

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Why you should consider using a personal loan to payoff high interest rate debt. The standard deduction is now $12,000 per person or $24,000 for a married couple filing jointly. As a result, there is likely no tax benefit to borrowing against your home, and a better option could be a personal loan to pay off high interest rate credit card debt. Make the same payment you are making now but refinance it to a low single digit rate and pay it off in 3 to 5 years, saving 15 years of payments. Here is a link to comparison shop #creditcards #creditcarddebt #payoffdebt


James L Paris says:

I wanted to share this as I have been getting a lot of questions lately about high interest rate credit cards and how to get rid of them. Along with these questions, people often ask about using a home equity loan. The recent changes in the tax code seem to make this an easier decision (not to use home equity). There is also an abundance of options for personal loans at low interest rates that can be used to pay off credit cards.

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sai krishna says:

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