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Learn more about how to rebuild your credit score, what factors affect your credit, and where to get free credit counseling help.
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Free credit counseling can help you manage your debt and is generally offered by non-profit organizations. Here's how it works.
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Learn about debt collection and how it works, potential impacts on your credit health and how to deal with debt in collection.
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Find out the best step-by-step plan to help you get out of credit card debt and where to get professional help if needed.
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Explore the differences between credit card refinancing and debt consolidation to determine with one may be better for you.
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Get tips on how to manage your debt wisely and how to get professional help if your debt load is excessive. 
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Learn how a debt management program may affect your credit score, the pros and cons of a DMP, and where to find help.
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If you’re seeking solutions to help you find relief and get back on track financially, find out options to get help from free credit advisors.
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Torn between bankruptcy versus debt management plan? Learn about the key differences to help you make an informed decision.
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It’s possible to get a mortgage after a DMP. But you want to ensure you meet the lender’s qualification criteria before you apply.
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Many consumers turn to debt management vs. debt settlement to get relief from overwhelming debt. Here’s how to decide which is best.
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Learn how a debt management plan (DMP) offered by non-profit credit counseling companies can help you get out of debt faster.
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Not all debt relief programs are the same. Here’s an overview of each and how to choose the best option for your financial situation.
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