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Don't Let Your Credit Become a Greek Tragedy

By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, December 31, 2012
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Make a plan to pay off debt

Man paying down his debt

Make a plan to pay off debt

Oedipus might tell you it’s no use to run from your problems. Get a handle on your debt by creating a budget you can live on without using credit, and factoring in debt repayment. Consider utilizing a 0 percent introductory APR balance transfer credit card to save on interest while paying down debt. Good choices may include the Citi Simplicity Card and the Slate from Chase.

If you’ve been eating nothing but ambrosia, the food of mere mortals might take some getting used to, but consider how much sweeter life will be living debt-free.

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