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It’s estimated that the person who is making $25,358 annually, the average in Arizona, has $2,663 of unsecured debt. We can help you determine whether an approach like consolidation or counseling ought to be on your list. Then we can match you with a debt specialist who can assist you in eliminating your debt.

Arizona Debt Consolidation

It’s estimated that 1 in 10 Arizona cardholders can’t make their minimum monthly payments. Are you one of them? Debt consolidation is a comparatively low-cost method of getting out of debt. If you enlist the assistance of a debt consolidation company, you should repay your debt in full, but you’re going to enjoy a more advantageous payment plan, as well as less harassment from debt collectors. An experienced debt consolidation expert can determine which program is best for your needs.

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Arizona Credit Counseling

Credit counseling involves creating an in depth repayment plan with the assistance of a qualified credit counselor. You pay off your debts completely, but more rapidly, effectively, and affordably. Repaying your creditors in full prevents your credit score from plummeting, as it may when negotiating a reduced amount, and it doesn’t involve a major loan. Ideally suited candidates have the following:

  • $3.5K in Non-Collateralized Debt
  • Ability to Allocate $250-$300 Toward Monthly Payments
  • Genuine Aspiration to Rid Themselves of Debt

Though credit counseling depends on trying to pay back everything you owe, it looks a lot better on your credit report than debt settlement programs. Credit counseling agents get paid via contributions from your credit firms, which means the pricing is ordinarily very budget friendly, from $0-40 each month. Debt management programs, often called DMPs, are often associated with with credit counseling. A DMP is a method of consolidating debt, in that your credit card, loan, and other debt payments is condensed into one monthly amount, but no loans are needed. On a monthly basis, you will give a predetermined sum to your credit counseling firm, and they will send out the correct percentages to your creditors.

Arizona Debt Settlement

An experienced debt negotiator may be able to help you significantly reduce your debts. Debt settlement involves agreeing to pay back some of what you owe, but not all of it. Credit card companies in San Luis know that consumers who are behind on their payments are in danger of bankruptcy, and in that case they won’t get anything. Though debt settlement can bring about serious reduction in what you owe, it has more downsides than other solutions.

We estimate that nearly 10% of Arizona’s 6.6 million residents need to reduce or consolidate more than $10,000 of debt. We can put you in touch with a debt settlement expert.

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Should You Seek Debt Assistance?

How much debt do you owe overall? If you’re having to pay over half of what you earn per month on rent/mortgage, auto/student loans, and credit cards, you really should get a savings quote as soon as you possibly can.

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Arizona Debt Profile

  • Per Capita Income:  $25,358
  • Household Income:  $49,774
  • Credit Card Debt:  $5011 per borrower

Across the United States, the average credit cardholder has $4965 in debt, so Arizona is very close to the national average. Out of all 50 states, it has the 19th highest credit card debt.

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