New Year Resolution to Resolve Debt

26 - Dec - 2013
Credit Card Debt

resolutionAbout half, 45% of us, create a resolution or list of resolutions each year. (Most people place their health at the top of the list.) According to, only 8% actually achieve their goals. Those aren’t the best odds, but maybe with the right attitude, you can be one of the 8% this year!

Overwhelming Debt = physical and mental health risks

We know that many families have had to tighten their belts to keep up with increased living costs, lower wages, and uncertain job market. Overwhelming debt can have a profound impact of your health and well-being, possibly leading to mental health problems such as stress, anxiety, or depression. Because the burden of heavy debt can weaken the immune system, you may also find yourself sick more often, gaining weight, muscle tension, headaches, and digestive issues.

For your health and well-being, add a financial goal, or several small ones to your list this year.

Where to start

  • Make your financial goal reasonable enough to achieve.
  • Use a budgeting calculator to determine monthly expenses.
  • Cut back on areas that you find may be unnecessary.
  • Commit to contributing to an emergency fund.

Who you can turn to

With all good intentions, bad things can still happen to good people. If you find your still in a bind, seek professional help such as Debt Advisors Law Offices. The attorneys at Debt Advisors are down-to-earth people who understand situations just like yours. Thousands of people have already found a fresh new start from medical bills, credit card debt, and many other things that have got out of hand. Debt Advisors has locations throughout Wisconsin.

Call for a free Consultation

If you can’t climb the mountain on your own, find relief through Debt Advisors bankruptcy, and non-bankruptcy solutions. Call 888-660-5413 to schedule an appointment in your area.


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