Pay Off or Consolidate Debt
With the increasing cost of daily household necessities such as groceries and gas, coupled with rising housing and medical costs, more and more U.S. consumers are finding themselves in debt. In fact, industry experts shared that in 2021, the average U.S. household had approximately $150,000 of debt. This includes everything from student debt to mortgage debt, personal loan debt, and credit card debt. And the amount of debit varied based on factors such as age, education, income, and family type.
Getting yourself on the path to a brighter financial future often involves paying down or consolidating the amount of debt you have. For some, it can seem like an impossible task to accomplish—but it is possible!
Where to Start
There are many different strategies you can take to reduce or eliminate debt. The key is to work with a trusted financial expert who can help you pick the right strategy or combination of strategies to lower your overall monthly payments and live more efficiently.
To learn more about debt consolidation, contact our team today—we can chat by phone, start preliminary discussions over email, or meet in person. We’ll discuss your debt, take a look at your statements, and analyze interest rates for any loans you may have. It may be beneficial to pay off and close some of the lines of credit you have open and move to a different financial solution that can help control your spending and lower monthly payments.
Financial freedom can start with one simple conversation with Kish. Connect with us today.