You can ring up big credit card debt during the Holidays.
Gifts, meals away from home, decorations, travel – it all adds up.
More spending leads to bigger credit balances, and that may lead to a lower credit score.
Here’s a brief article on how to “protect” your credit score during the high-spending Holiday Season.
If you are falling behind on debt payments, you may want to consider ways to reduce debt or get rid of it entirely. Call or email for a free consultation to learn the full range of your options.
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