Debt Consolidation USA Give Suggestions to Consumers Who Failed to Follow …

by Shelton on May 7th, 2014

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Debt Consolidation USA provide consumers with an article that give tips for consumers who failed at their budget plan.

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

On April 4, 2014, Debt Consolidation USA published an article that focused on budgeting. The title of the article is “3 Tips When Spending Goes Beyond Your Budget Strategy.”

The article discussed how budgeting can help the consumer get their finances organized. But despite the presence of the budget plan, there are moments when the consumer still fail to follow it. In some cases, the consumer ends up being discouraged. And that discouragement often ends up with the whole budget plan being abandoned.

In case this does happen, the article suggested three things that the consumers have to do to get back on track.

1. Let it go. The first is a suggestion to just let the mistake go. Dwelling on the error will not be the proactive way to handle things. The article suggested that the consumer just move forward, identify what went wrong and correct the mistake.

2. Get the budget back on track. The next step is to just get the budget back on track. The consumer can take it slowly or do it a lot faster. Pay the bills that have to be paid and correct anything that went behind on schedule. This is how the consumer will start to recover from their mistake.

3. Work to get what was lost. If the budget diversion resulted in some lost money, the consumer can opt to get it back by earning more or cutting back on expenses. This will help the consumer recoup their losses as if nothing happened.

The important thing, according to the article, is to not give up on the budget plan entirely. It is really necessary to help the consumer control their finances. The article mentioned that it is okay to fail – as long as the consumer can identify what went wrong so they can avoid it in the future.

The article also provided consumers with the possible reasons that could have led them away from their budget. Consumers are encouraged to read them so that they can avoid the mistakes that could result in the failure of the budget.

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Debt Consolidation USA is one of the trustworthy websites that promote financial literacy. The site hold hundreds of articles that discuss personal finance, debt relief and other credit information. Visit their website to pursue personal finance education.

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3 Top Debt Consolidation Companies for Alabama Residents Announced by …

by Shelton on May 7th, 2014

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Montgomery, AL (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

Analysts at performed an independent review of the debt consolidation loan program companies available to Alabamans. The goal of this analysis was to provide consumers with unbiased information about the options available for debt relief and to avoid being scammed. It is now announcing the results of this analysis that the top three debt consolidation loan companies available to residents of Alabama are National Debt Relief, CuraDebt and American Debt Enders.

The people in Alabama are having a problem with debt. Some of this is caused by the general state of the economy and some specifically by Alabamas unemployment rate. As of November 2013 it was 6.1%, ranking it 20th in the US but better than the national unemployment rate of 6.6%. However, its largest city, Birmingham, has been harder hit with an unemployment rate of 8.1%. The states second largest city, Montgomery, is a bit better at 7.1% and Mobile, which is Alabamas third largest city, has an unemployment rate identical to that of Birmingham at 8.1%.

Alabamas total workforce as of November of last year was 1,824,400. Given its unemployment rate of 6.1% there are approximately 112,000 unemployed Alabamans looking for work.

Alabama residents have an average credit card debt of $4,817, which is slightly lower than the national average of $4879 per borrower. The states residents have an average Experian credit score of 676, which ranks it 41st in the US Its median household income is $41,415 or about $10,000 less than the US median household income. On a brighter note, homeownership in Alabama is 73.2%. This is substantially higher than the US homeownership rate of 65%.

When you combine the states unemployment rate and credit card debt with poor personal financial mismanagement it becomes obvious as to why the people of Alabama are having a problem with debt. analysts found that there are, in fact, trustworthy and ethical debt consolidation companies that can help Alabamians become debt free. Dealing with big debt is a serious problem and requires serious help. Fortunately, there is such help available.

In analyzing the debt consolidation loan companies available to residents of Alabama, the analysts used six criteria: Fees, debt solution options, consumer satisfaction, financial standing, customer service and business ethics.

National Debt Relief was awarded the top ranking by reviewers. They were impressed by the fact that the company has maintained an A rating with the Better Business Bureau for a number of years, plus the fact that it operates in a very ethical manner. For example, National Debt Relief charges no cancellation fees or upfront fees. It specializes in helping customers who have more than $7500 in debts by providing them with debt consolidation programs custom tailored to their needs. In addition, the reviewers found that first-time customers of National Debt Relief were almost always very satisfied with the services they received. The companys customers also liked the fact that it charged no fees until it had satisfactorily settled their debts and provided them with approved payment plans.

The company ranked second highest by analysts is CuraDebt. It specializes in helping consumers who owe more than $10,000 on their credit cards. The company is able to get its customers the results it promises due to its strong working relationships with the credit card companies. reviewers were also impressed by the fact that CuraDebt offers flexible debt consolidation programs that go beyond just credit card debts, including programs designed to help with student loans, defaulted loans and tax debts. gave third place to American Debt Enders. It has been in business for nearly seven years and has an excellent reputation for providing consumers with debt relief who owe more than $5000. It is said that its well-trained experts are able to handle virtually all types of credit problems. For that matter, the company says its even able to help improve their customers credit scores.

Alabama residents who would like to learn more about these three debt consolidation companies should go to

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