Q: I have three credit cards with low interest rates, but I think having just one bill to pay would be easier. Does it make sense to consolidate balances onto one card?
An alternate solution is accelerating the payoff on the card that can be paid off fastest, and then using the payment amount you were making on that card to accelerate the next debt to be paid off. This is usually the fastest way to get rid of all debt.
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