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Debt management relief on high-risk loans to help some consumers

Consumers in Connecticut and throughout the country will soon get a break against the debt traps that place unreasonable burdens on them to pay back all or most of certain debt obligations at once. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) just finalized a rule that requires certain protections regarding payday loans, auto title loans, deposit advance products and balloon payments in some longer-term loans. The relief will assist some consumers in facilitating better debt management measures to keep their debt from burgeoning out of control.

Debt management: Tips for prioritizing student loan debt

Many Connecticut residents emerge from college with a hefty student loan burden to accompany their shiny new degree. When financial chaos strikes, student loan debt can place enormous pressure on already strained finances. Many people know that they need to create a debt management plan, but are unsure where to begin. Prioritizing student loans in relation to other types of debt is a great place to start.

Handling debt collectors during debt management efforts

Many Connecticut residents prioritize achieving financial stability over most other goals. Debt management is a process that can have numerous rewards, but it also takes a certain period of time to accomplish. During that time, debt collectors may come calling. Consumers need to know how to respond when contacted by a debt collection agency, and they should understand their rights and responsibilities in regard to debt collection efforts.

Here's how debt management can make or break a relationship

When Connecticut residents are looking for love, they have a certain set of requirements that they are hoping will be met. Among those is finding a mate that has achieved a degree of financial security, and who is able to manage money effectively. If those qualities are not present, then many people will simply move on to the next prospect. That is why achieving steady debt management is essential.

The best debt management tips and techniques for young adults

Not so many decades ago, most young people had little concern about debt and how to manage it. Debt was something that came later in life, once someone settled down, purchased a home and started a family. Today, however, many people in their 20s are already saddled with high levels of debt, and are looking for a way out. The following tips can help young Connecticut residents with debt management, helping them to enter their 30s free of a heavy financial burden.

A different approach to life after successful debt management

For many Connecticut families, managing debt is a top priority, and one that can change the course of family finances for the better. In some cases, it takes years of debt management efforts to reach a state of equilibrium, where paying down remaining debt is not only possible, but easy to work into the family's budget. For these households, looking for ways to reduce spending in the future is an important part of preserving financial stability.

Understand the importance of utilization in debt management

For those in Connecticut who are considering filing for personal bankruptcy, repairing the damage done to their credit score is a top priority for the months that will follow the bankruptcy process. Having that kind of forward-facing focus can make it easier to begin the steps leading to bankruptcy, which is a decision that no one wants to have to make. Fortunately, there are plenty of positives that accompany the choice to seek bankruptcy protection, including the opportunity to rebuild toward a solid credit score by using savvy debt management practices.

Debt management tips for reducing the cost of medical care

No one looks forward to having urgent or emergency medical care. Nor do they anticipate the financial fallout that will follow as the bills come rolling in. Figuring out how to cover the cost of a significant medical event can be almost as stressful as the event itself. The following tips are offered to assist Connecticut residents in medical debt management.

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