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STOP SPENDING MONEY (Major Changes To ALL Credit Cards)

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The fact is – over “80% of middle-income households cut down on their savings or pulled money from existing savings to make ends meet in the last three months of 2022” – and, the more time goes by – the worse these numbers are looking.

Just take Credit Card Spending for example: Unpaid balances recently increased by 6.6%, bringing the total amount owed to $1 TRILLION DOLLARS – which means we saw the largest increase on record since 1999. On top of that, this is ALSO what’s being called “Triple Trouble” for Credit Card users, with balances up, during a time that rates are higher, and, more people are carrying debt.

In 2009, late fees were capped so that a person CANNOT be charged more than $29 on their first late payment or, more than $40 for each subsequent late payment. Now, a new proposal aims to change that:

The WH is suggesting that late fees be LIMITED to a MAXIMUM OF $8, and BAN fee-amounts above 25% of the consumers required payment. That means – under these new rules – you would NO LONGER get a $29 late fee when you miss a $10 payment, and a Credit Card issuer CANNOT charge more than $8, UNLESS they can reasonably prove that their collection would cost more.

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As of now, it’s reported that almost 10% of auto loans “extended to people with low credit scores were 30 or more days behind on payments at the end of last year.” On top of that, getting OUT of those payments could be increasingly difficult, with JP Morgan expecting used car prices to fall by as much as 20% in 2023 – especially if the borrower can no longer afford the payments, at the same time the loan is higher than the car is worth.


First: Find out EXACTLY what kind of debt you have.
Write EVERYTHING DOWN, including the balance and interest rate.

Second: Track ALL OF YOUR SPENDING over the next 30 days.
I think it’s going to be a VERY eye-opening experience to see the effects of your spending, and exactly where it’s going without you being consciously aware if it.

Third: Cut EVERYTHING you don’t ABSOLUTELY have to spend money on.

Fourth: Depending on how much debt you’re in – look into debt consolidation to lower your interest rate. 
In addition to this, you could also look into getting a 0%-interest credit card – and transferring the credit card balance to THAT card to save on the interest.

Fifth: With the extra savings – Use The ‘Dave Ramsey Debt Snowball’ Or Avalanche Method.  

Sixth: If you’re still not saving enough to pay off your debt and you’ve cut back as much as you can, you’ll need to pick up a part time job, or increase your income to bring in more money.

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