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Some of the things a person should do in order to pay off debt quickly include working with a budget, paying off the most expensive first, avoiding spending more than you earn, using bonuses to service debt, halting cred... More »

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While the U.S. government has several hundred different grants available to individuals and families, none of them help specifically with personal debt. However, many private companies claim to be able to help find gover... More »

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Different ways to pay off debt include organizing a realistic plan that tracks income and expenses, meticulously keeping up with payments, and refinancing to obtain lower interest rates, reports MarketWatch. Some experts... More »

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The advantage of signing up for a rewards credit card is the ability to get either points or money back for normal spending habits, according to Bankrate. There are many different rewards programs available, so consumers... More »

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The minimum payment calculated by Care One varies based on a person's debts, income and expenses, as of February 2015. Care One offers debt relief services that combine all debts into one account to set up a single month... More »

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A Control Card is a prepaid MasterCard that can used for a small monthly fee in order to avoid credit card debt and overdraft fees, explains Total System Services. Getting the card does not require a credit check, howeve... More »

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