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How to quickly clear credit card debt

Those with financial struggles often tend to use their credit cards when they are short on funds in their debit accounts. This can become a bad habit and could get out of control over time. If you get behind on your credit card repayment obligations, you may feel stressed about not being able to pay back your debts.

If you are eager to get a fresh start from your credit card debts, the following are ways in which you may be able to do this.

Prioritize your debts

If you have several credit card debts, you should look at the interest rates on each of them individually. It's best to start by tackling the debt with the highest interest rate first. By doing this, you will likely save money in the long run.

Make a budget

Take a look at your spending over the past month and identify the unnecessary purchases. By looking at your spending, you may be surprised by the number of impulse purchases and unnecessary transactions that you make. Try to live for a few months by only making necessary purchases so that you can maximize your debt repayments.

Consider bankruptcy

If you have a very low income and you can't afford to pay off your debts, you may want to consider filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. By doing so, you could quickly clear your credit card debts and get a fresh financial start.

If you are worried about your financial future, you should make sure that you take action now to figure out the best way to tackle your debts.

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