At some point, everyone needs a little help or a second chance. If you're struggling with debt, bills, or creditors, there are debt relief solutions, options, and resources that might be perfect for your situation.
I'm including on this page, three important resouces/services for your consideration based on the level of severity of your personal situation (and please note that I do have an affiliate relationship with each of these resources).
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If you have $10,0000 or more in credit card debt and aren't in such a dire situation that warrants filing bankruptcy, then the service DebtHelp101 provides may be worth considering.
DebtHelp101 matches consumers who have $10,000 or more of credit card debt, with counselors who will help them resolve their debt, possibly through debt settlement or debt renegotiation. The consultation is free.Buried In Debt? We Can Help. Get A Free Consultation Now!
If your situation isn't so dire as to warrant bankruptcy or debt settlement, Mint.com might be the resource you need to get your budget and finances back on track.
Mint.com is an awesome resource, and it's completely free, too.
Mint brings all your financial accounts together online or on your mobile device, automatically categorizes your transactions, lets you set budgets and helps you achieve your savings goals.
Translation: you get easy and secure access to all aspects of your finances in real time which makes budgeting and reaching your financial goals simple to track.
Even if you do need professional help dealing with your debts, Mint.com is still a good choice so that you and your financial professional can get a convenient and accurate snapshot of your financial situation, and you'll already have first rate budgeting and personal finance resources established for your post-bankrtuptcy or debt settlement future.