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7 easy ways to overcome debt denial

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Take charge of your finances

Leaving bills unopened, imagining your money problems will go away or hanging onto money instead of paying bills are all symptoms of debt denial. Remaining idle doesn't make the problem go away; it just aggravates it. Debt collectors call, fees pile up and stress sets in.

The only way to conquer debt is to take action. As you wrestle with your debts, start with realistic expectations and follow these hands-on tips from Bankrate to overcome debt denial.


 

 

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