Secured Debt Consolidation

Secured Debt Consolidation

Millions of Americans are drowning in debt. Some struggle to pay their credit card bills on time, some struggle to pay their mortgage on time and some struggle to keep the electric bill paid. Times are tough and our economy is severely struggling. We try to manage our day to day lives without getting our automobiles repossessed or foreclosure striking our home.

How Do I Relieve the Stress of My Debt?

There are many different programs available to help us and keep our financial future on a positive track. One very effective solution is secured debt consolidation. Let me help you better understand what this is and how it works. Debt consolidation is where you consolidation, or combine, all of your debt into one payment. This payment is typically lower that the amount you are currently paying and the debt consolidation company works with your creditors to lower your interest rate. This in return will allow you to pay off the debt quicker and with a manageable monthly payment.

It’s called secured debt consolidation because you will have to secure with money or an asset. If you secure it with an asset, it must be an asset that you own free and clear. The secured debt consolidation company will usually require this asset to equal the amount of the consolidation loan. The entire process will only take a couple of days to complete and you can be on your way to a brighter financial future. You will be able to save your home from foreclosure, your car from being repossessed and your lights will remain on. This is just one of the steps that you will need to take to gain your financial freedom back. You will feel better about yourself and you can finally stop all of the harassing debt collection phone calls.

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#1 Laura Morton on 05.18.10 at 5:34 pm

Debt consolidation is all the rage. We are drowning in debt and we definitely need help. I have 2 questions. First, is this a permanent fix? Second, is the amount of money forgiven or written off by the credit card companies, absolutely canceled for good? In other words, can the accounts be sold to a collection agency? And the IRS might be interested and might see this money as income. If this is the case, then the client has to pay taxes.

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#2 fuad j on 05.26.10 at 1:15 pm

if not, i think im going to go bankruptcy.credit card fee were very pain in arse
.-= fuad j´s last blog ..The Stranger (2010) DVDRiP =-.

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