Keeping your name off the credit “naughty list”
During hard economic times, holiday shoppers see gift-giving as a source of stress rather than cheer. President and CEO of Campbridge Credit Counseling Christopher Viale says creating a budget is the key to staying debt free after the holidays.
And creating that budget can be easy.
Viale adds debt is the number one cause for anxiety and calling a non-profit credit counselor for financial advice could help relieve some stress.
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