D is for Debt

You & Your Debt

Nearly every American – young or old – will deal with debt at some point. Debt often begins to accumulate during college with credit-card debt, then accumulates with car loans and student loans. Mortgages, family expenses and medical bills may add more debt. Many times debt follows people into retirement. It's important to take a close look at how your debt is affecting your life. If you have too much debt, it may be time to make a plan to get rid of it.

There are a number of ways you can improve your financial standing and make yourself debt-free. Check out a few of these options to see if something here can help you put a plan into place to save you money in some part of your life.


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