Credit Card Debt: How to Get Rid of it.

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Here's an example:

Let's say you have four, maxed out, credit cards. Each with a balance of $5,000 ($20,000 total.)

Sayrepparttar minimum payment on each card is $100 (yours may be different) making your monthly minimum payment total $400.

Now let's say you have $500 per month to pay these off, which you found through analyzing all your spending.

Card #1 hasrepparttar 150634 highest interest rate and you'll send $200 per month to that card and payrepparttar 150635 minimums ($100) on each ofrepparttar 150636 others.

And you're not adding any new spending.

The extra $100 you're sending in to card #1 goes torepparttar 150637 actual balance ofrepparttar 150638 card, notrepparttar 150639 interest. This will let you pay that card off a lot faster. You might be able to kill this card in two years, instead of 5.

Eventually, card #1 is dead. The entire payment, $200, that you were making to card #1 gets added torepparttar 150640 payment on card #2, for $300 total. ($100 minimum plusrepparttar 150641 extra $200 from card #1.)

The balance on card #2 will be less than $5,000 since you've been making your minimum payments all along. Addingrepparttar 150642 $200 from card #1 torepparttar 150643 payment of $100 that you've been making to card #2 will make this card go away much faster thanrepparttar 150644 first card did.

When card #2 is gone you takerepparttar 150645 $300 per month that you were paying to #1 and #2 and add it torepparttar 150646 payment on #3, which will now be $400/month.

When #3 is done you repeatrepparttar 150647 procedure for card #4, but now you're sendingrepparttar 150648 whole $500/month to that one card.

Obviously this system will take years, but atrepparttar 150649 end of that time you have:

* Four dead cards (hopefully you cut most of them up,) * Spending and budgeting discipline earned from going throughrepparttar 150650 whole process, and * $500/month to put into a savings account or where ever.

Good luck!

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