Virginia Debt Relief Guide
The “Old Dominion State” has seen many changes in the past few decades. Coal production has rapidly declined since the 1990s, and tobacco farms are cutting back as demand for cigarettes declines. But solar energy may soon employ out-of-work coal miners, and a recent cannabis legalization bill may help rural farmers replace declining tobacco production. 
At the same time, the Dulles tech corridor, second in size only to silicon valley, continues to grow and attract more leading tech companies.Additionally, military and defense-related industries, as well as finance continue to grow.
“The economy of Virginia is in good condition compared to other states,” says Gary Herman, President of Consolidated Credit, “but rising housing costs are severely affecting urban areas, and energy costs are hurting consumers in rural areas. So, no matter where you live in Virginia, you may be seeing your budget squeezed. Keeping credit card debt under control is essential in situations like these.”