How to ensure changes in your employment status don’t end in debt problems.
It’s no secret that the paychecks you earn are a vital component in your ability to maintain your financial health and stability. Without income coming in just temporarily, you can find yourself stuck draining your savings and relying on credit cards to get by – leading to a high-risk situation where you can easily wind up facing financial distress.
With that in mind, Consolidated Credit has put together this section to help you overcome employment challenges that often lead consumers into problems with debt. A little work and the right strategy may help you face these challenges head on so you can maintain financial stability as you look for a new job.
And remember, if you’re facing debt problems caused by unemployment or other financial challenges, we can help. Call Consolidated Credit today at or complete an online application to request a free, confidential financial consultation with a certified credit counselor.
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