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Weegy: List your debts: Prepare a list of your credit card accounts along with the account number, interest rate, outstanding balance, payment due date, credit limit and the minimum payment. [ This will give you a clear idea about how much you owe on your accounts and help you manage your bills responsibly. Pay more than the minimum: Try paying more than the minimum payment each month. The minimum payment includes mostly the interest on your account. So, if you pay only the minimum amount, the credit card company makes more interest while you lose the cash in your pocket. Moreover, it'll take you longer to get out of debt. But paying more than the minimum reduces your balance and helps you pay off credit cards fast. Negotiate a low interest rate: If you're in financial problems or your bills are getting out of control, call the credit card company and tell them about your situation. If required, negotiate a low interest rate at which you'll find it easier to make your credit card payments. Alternatively, you can request a different payment plan that's more affordable for you. As your situation improves, you can inform your creditors and have your payments raised so as to pay off your bills faster. Plan your budget: Prepare a budget including a list of your monthly income, expenses and bill payments. The budget will help you track exactly where your money goes. You can even cut down unnecessary expenses. Use the budget worksheet in order to maintain a record of your income and expenses. Do not acquire new debt: Do not apply for new credit cards or loans till you pay your way out of debt and bring your finances back in order. It's difficult to pay down credit card debts when you keep accumulating new balance every month. Avoid using your cards when you're making a purchase. Instead, use plain cash, check or debit cards to pay for a purchase. Make on-time payments: Try to make payments within the due date. You may use check or set up automatic payment plans to avoid ... (More)
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