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This post is for you if you are looking at consolidate debt after your wedding.
But before I tell you more, let me tell you a story.
A friend of mine got married last year and now, she is not a happy bride.
Let me see.
She owns the bank $15,000 and now she is driving, a car that was not paid in full.
And not forgetting she still owns her parents $30,000 for the wedding dinner.
And she paid her honeymoon to Europe on credits too and now she still owns 3 credit cards and she is still spending on a weekly basis for her retail therapy (also know as shopping frantically).
Oh yes! That is not all.
She has not paid all her money for her new house, home renovation, furniture and many more.
As a friend I really worried for her.
She is going to be in big debt if she doesn’t want to save her myself right now.
I think it is not easy to get out of this credit card debt.
I was just wondering if credit card debts can become consolidate debt, in the sense won’t it be easier to pay everything together, rather than have them spread out and it makes the payment confusing.
You are full of debt right now as we speak. Will you still have the right mood to properly plan what you need to do to avoid getting your ass bite off?
I think it would be good to approach a service which do consolidate service.
It is important to have a helping hand, helping you to really sit down with you and customise a plan customised to your own needs.
With a professional to help, it really makes the debt-paying job easier.
Bear in the mind that it will take some time to pay off your debt. It is just that it may be easier for you when someone give you some professional consultation at the same time.
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