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by Sarah Jones


The process of contacting creditors directly or through a third party and negotiating for a lump sum payoff of your debts is known as debt settlement.Settle your debts with Debt Consolidation Care

Benefits of debt settlement

The debts charging higher interest rates are the ones that need to be settled first. This will make the most dramatic change in your monthly budget. Generally a credit card debt settlement case might take up to 3-9 months which can be shortened to 1-3 months if someone wants to speed up the process of settling debts. On an average debt reduction firms generally charges from 8%-15% of the total outstanding debt but is advisable to do a thorough verification of the company.

A certain time period is allowed by a debt settlement company for settling ones debt which is generally 36 months and during this time the creditor needs to agree to on a total amount for negotiation. You need to qualify for the program to use debt settlement to settle your debts. You need to talk to a consultant about your personal debt to see whether you qualify for the program or not. If you do qualify a financial program will be set up to meet your needs whereby you will be able to determine just how much money will be required to put aside every month to start paying off your debts.

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Sarah Jones is a permanent writer with and actively contributed towards content improvement of the site specially the settlement page. She is also a visiting content consultant and writer for other financial sites.

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