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Understand Your Options for Debt Relief

If you’re facing problems with debt, it’s probably starting to take over your life. Financial stress can make it hard to sleep, hard to focus at work and can cause serious problems with your health and home life. When traditional payments don’t work or aren’t working fast enough, you need to find debt relief. This means finding the right solution to pay off debt in a way that works for your needs, goals and budget. Whether you want to reduce interest charges, lower your monthly payments, or find solutions to get out of debt fast, Debt.com can connect you with the accredited debt relief services you need.

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Welcome to the Debt.com Solution Center

Hello and welcome to Debt.com’s Solution Center. At Debt.com, we’re here to help you find debt relief. From student loans and credit card debt to tax debt and bankruptcy, we have trusted solutions and answers for you.

We’re here to help you launch a strategy to regain stability and build credit. Our solutions include help for credit card debt, student loans, tax debt, credit repair, bankruptcy, and identity theft – just to name a few.

Debt.com can also help you connect with smart financing options, so you can buy a home, refinance existing debt or even fund a small business.

We are A-plus rated by the Better Business Bureau and have helped thousands of people become financially stable. Debt.com, when life happens, we’re here with the solutions you need.

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It sounds too good to be true, it’s not. Consolidation rolls similar debts into one monthly payment that is typically less than you paid before. This works for credit card bills, student loans, and even back taxes. If you do it right, you won’t hurt your credit score, either.
So, how do you do it right? Debt.com will show you how to consolidate your debt by yourself, or how to consult a professional who can walk you through it. Even if you go your own way, it doesn’t hurt to consult a certified credit counselor for free debt analysis.

You can also learn about other options like a debt management program or debt settlement. But first, find out if debt consolidation is right for you.


Finding Relief through Debt Consolidation

Debt consolidation takes multiple debts and rolls them into a single monthly payment. This simplifies your bill payment calendar, so it’s easier to keep up with your debt each month. At the same time, you reduce or eliminate interest charges applied to the consolidated balance. This allows you to get out of debt faster, because more of each payment goes to eliminate principal. You stop wasting money on accrued monthly interest charges. What’s more, in many cases, you may end up paying less each month and still get out of debt in half the time.


Mapping America’s Need for Consumer Debt Relief

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Household Debt and Credit Report for the third quarter of 2023, Americans now owe a record $17.29 trillion in consumer debt. This includes $1.08 trillion in credit card balances and $1.6 trillion in student loan debt. These figures indicate a substantial increase in consumer debt levels, which are now significantly higher than at the start of the Great Recession. Moreover, the rise in credit card and student loan balances indicates that default rates could be approaching or exceeding previous highs. This map serves as a current snapshot of the state of consumer debt in the U.S. today.  

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