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  • You don’t have to be a financial genius to tackle your debt. Begin by calculating how much you owe and giving your credit cards a rest.

  • Check if you can lower your interest rates, then check your own spending habits. Basically, look into any ways you can free up some of your money.

  • Of course, make a budget that’s realistic with your monthly debt payments. It’s smart to start small, then advance to higher repayments.

  • Don’t forget to celebrate any small wins; it’ll help sustain your motivation to carry on.

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Ashley Mccallan
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