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Best ways to pay off your credit card debt

It's not uncommon for residents of New York to suffer from credit card debt to some degree. There are many options out there when it comes to paying off these debts, but what works best can differ from person to person depending on their needs and situation.

CNN.com shows that if a person wants to pay off credit card debt smartly, there are several actions they can take. Some include paying off the balance and keeping it below 30 percent of the credit line. Overspending is a huge issue with credit cards and an equally large contributor to debt. Only making minimum payments every month can also add up quickly. Avoiding these two common mistakes is a step forward in debt management. People are also encouraged to experiment with what methods work best for them personally. Deciding whether to pay off credit cards by balance or by interest rate depends on what someone is looking for in their debt relief.

The National Foundation for Credit Counseling also brings up possibilities such as negotiating your credit card debt options. Creditors may be willing to lower interest rates or even accept less than what is owed, depending on the situation. Debt settlement plans may even be forged in lieu of bankruptcy. All it takes is a call to see what's possible and what a creditor is willing to do. Other fixes that don't involve creditors can include crafting and sticking to a budget.

The road to credit card debt relief can be a long and difficult one to travel. Experimenting with the options available will likely help a person decide what works best for them, thus making this journey a little bit easier.

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