3 apps for debt consolidation tips

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With household debt still out of control families are in a tough position. The reason we say this is because parents feel pressured into supplying their children with the best, and that often gets them into debt. Now some are sensible and are able to keep a tight budget, but some give in to temptation and that is when things go bad. Some decide to take out a range of loans, but in most cases this is a bad thing. Below we will look at 3 apps for debt consolidation tips.

Depending on whom you ask it is always best to get one large loan to pay of the smaller ones. However, you need to be careful and make sure you do not go for one with an inflated APR. If you do have to choose this route then make certain that you do not go to any backstreet company.

Debt Consolidation is the first app and at $2.99 is a small price to pay if you can lower your monthly bills. This app offers advice from insiders, so you will get all the inside knowledge to help you save hundreds of dollars each month. The only worrying thing about the app is that it was last updated back in August 2009.

We hope you are sitting down for this next app, as it costs $9.99. Debt Consolidation Advice will help you lower the stress levels in your house so that you can get yourself out of the tough situation you are currently in. With so many people trying to offer you advice it can often become overwhelming, but isn’t it better to download this app and read it without feeling the pressure from a financial adviser breathing down your neck?

Debt Glossary has to be one of the best apps for those who do not have much money to spare, as this one only costs $0.99. Sometimes all you want is simple advice about debt consolidation, along with debt management. The interface has been made for those who struggle with these kinds of things, so very easy to use.

In most cases we are bombarded with debt terms that we have no idea about, but Debt Glossary breaks it down and explains it in a language that we all understand. Remember people in debt are stressed enough, so they do not what to be confused with things they know nothing about.

These are just three apps that should help lower your monthly bills, but remember that you have to do the hard work to not get in this position again – although we know that it is not that easy. If things have got that bad that you do need to sell your home, then here are a few tips that will help you get the most from your investment.

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