- Account information of all unsecured debt
- Income and expense detail per month
- Co-debtor information
Debt Management Helps You Find Relief Today!
There’s no getting around it and there’s no denying it—debt sucks! From paying more for your purchases because of high rates to increased risk of budget problems caused by high balances, debt can be a serious drain on your budget. If you don’t want your debts to suck the life out of you, you need to learn to live with it in a healthy way. The right debt management strategy can help debt suck a little less, so you can be financially successful even if you can’t be 100% debt-free.
If debt is draining the life out of you and you need to find a solution that helps you regain control as quickly as possible, we can help. Call Consolidated Credit today at 1-800-320-9929 to speak with a certified credit counselor. Your counselor can review your budget and help you identify the best debt solutions for your needs. You can also ask for help online now by completing a request for a Free Debt Analysis.
What Does Debt Management Mean to Me?
A good debt management strategy helps you find relief when you have more credit card debt than you can handle with your monthly finances. You can pay off the debts you owe to improve your budget, boost your credit and avoid financial distress. With the right strategy, you can get out of debt quickly and effectively.
What are My Debt Consolidation Options?
Not everyone needs the same solution when they have too much credit card debt. Debt management is only one of the consolidation options you have that may be able to provide relief and get your finances back on track. Find out about the various debt consolidation options you can use and how each may be able to improve your financial situation.
What You Need to Know About a Debt Management Program
Get to know more about a debt management program (DMP) and why it may be the right solution for your credit card debt problems. See what makes debt management different and get answers to your most frequently asked questions about a DMP so you can make the right decision for your financial future.
How a Debt Management Program Works
Learn step-by-step how enrolling in a DMP can help you reduce your monthly payments, lower your interest rates, and get out of debt. Find out how the program works and get information on what to expect as you work through the program.
What You Need in a Debt Management Company
Not all companies that provide a DMP work the same way or offer the exact same services. Find out the differences between various debt management companies and get insights on how to choose the right company for your needs.
Debt Management and Your Finances
Not sure if you need DMP or concerned how the program will affect your finances? Get help deciding if debt management program is the right solution for your credit card debt problems and find information on how it can impact your credit and your financial future, so you can make the right decision for you and your family.
Want to know how long it will take to pay off your credit card debts without debt consolidation? Use this handy debt calculator to find out how long it will take to pay off your debts on your own versus how long it will take with on a DMP.
Is it Time for a Debt Management Plan?
Still not sure if a debt management plan is the right option to solve your credit card debt problems? Learn the signs of a credit card debt problem and what you can look for in your own finances to see if this kind of program is right for you.
Benefits of Debt Management
See how debt management programs stack up versus other debt consolidation options. Get information on what a DMP will mean for your finances and how it will affect your financial future.
Debt Management and Your Credit Report
Wondering how enrolling in a debt management program will affect your credit? Find out what DMP will mean for your credit report and how enrolling may actually improve your credit score when done correctly.
Your Consumer Credit Rights
You may have debt, but you have rights, too! Get helpful information on your consumer credit rights and how the law protects you as a consumer. Learn about the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and how it keeps you protected from harassment and other unfair collection practices.