Debt NegotiationWays to manage credit card debts after the holidays

January 8, 2015

Credit card holders who have splurged during the holiday season may consider the following tips to possibly lessen the headaches come repayment time, a Market Watch article stated on January 5 .

• Credit card holders may want to pay their cards with the highest interest rates first followed by other cards with low interest rates. Individuals who do this not only improve their credit score but also get lower interest rates on their future transactions.
• On the other hand, individuals who need a little encouragement may want to prioritize paying their cards with lower interest rates.
• Reputable card holders with a solid history who are struggling financially may ask their issuer to lower their interest rates.
• Another option for reputable card holders is to move their balance from one card to another. Moving balance from a card with high interest rate to card with lower rate can be beneficial.
• For card holders who like to budget, another option is to pay their card’s monthly due slightly above the minimum to reduce the payment duration and interest rates.

Though the following tips are helpful in managing credit card debt, working with a lawyer is also beneficial mostly if you believe your debts are already unmanageable. Find out how the Birmingham lawyers of [firm-name] may possibly help you with your debt today by calling (205) 324-4000.

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