I Have Holiday Debt, Now What Do I Do?

According to a recent survey from “Money Geek”, in 2021 more than 65% of Americans put their holiday spending on credit cards. Worse yet, by mid-year 2022, 40% of individuals were still working on paying off their holiday debt.


Join us for this one-hour webinar where we will talk about options that you may have to get your debt paid off as quickly and cheaply as possible. We will also discuss ways that you can start preparing now for next year, so that history does not repeat itself.

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