SOURCE: National Debt Relief Program
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Oct 1, 2012) - Debt consolidation and credit card debt relief programs are helping a considerable number of Americans out of debt and helping them get back on more stable financial footing. How to get started on the journey to financial freedom? Read on.
For the second straight month personal income grew by only 0.1%, as the continued weakness in the jobs market has kept wages in check. Additionally, many who work full-time jobs struggle to make ends meet under the burden of crushing personal debt. Fortunately, debt relief options exist today which are making a huge positive impact in the lives of countless Americans.
Debt Relief Options
Millions of consumers struggle with personal debt. Professional debt relief service providers have made it easier than ever for a person to apply and get started with a debt relief program that is tailored to fit their needs and their circumstances. Some of the more popular solutions available today include:
Debt Consolidation - This type of program typically involves taking out a loan that allows a person to pay off their current debts with a new loan that has different terms (usually from a different lender) than their current loans or credit cards. The reason this can be helpful to people with a lot of debt is that it can solve three of the toughest problems they face: high interest rates, high monthly payments, and too many bills.
Debt Settlement - This type of debt relief program, also referred to as debt negotiation and debt arbitration, is an aggressive approach to resolving debt which is designed to help consumers with a financial hardship resolve debt on an accelerated time frame. Debt settlement is often the cheapest way to resolve unsecured debt while avoiding bankruptcy. A person's monthly program payment will generally be significantly lower than their current minimum payments.
The good news is that debt relief providers today typically offer a free credit consultation to help a person discuss their unique situation, ask questions, and discover what their best options are for resolving their pressing debt issues.
National Debt Relief Program offers a free debt analysis which can be taken advantage of at their website: