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  • What can you expect from a debt advice service? -- If you're struggling with debt, you have lots of options, including debt counselling. Debt advisers can help you assess your situation, work with creditors and form plans for the long and short term to get you on track ... (See Debt advice)
  • Are you a candidate for Debtors Anonymous? -- Compulsive spending can be a problem for anyone -- rich, poor or in between -- especially when credit cards are so easily accessible. But millions have found help through the free group Debtors Anonymous ... (See DA)
  • Prioritising debt: Which bills are essential? -- If you are unable to pay all of your bills, it may be time for financial triage. Prioritise your debts, pay the essentials and work out a payment plan with the remaining creditors ... (See Prioritise)
  • To improve finances, create a better mindset -- If you are feeling down about your debts or the over-spend on your credit card from the last few months, don't despair. Use your feelings of debt regret to start the year with a new attitude toward money management ... (See Debt regret)
  • What does "APR" really mean? -- The term "Annual Percentage Rate" is thrown around a lot in discussions about credit cards. Most of us know that a low APR is ideal, but we may not really understand how it’s calculated ... (See APR)
  • Debt relief: 3 alternatives to bankruptcy -- Times are tough. If you have more debt than you can pay, you may be considering bankruptcy. However, there are other options available to you ... (See Debt relief)
  • Where to get debt help -- If you're currently grappling with overwhelming credit card debt, help is available. Here's a list of some of the best free resources available to UK cardholders ... (See Debt help)
  • What you need to know about debt management plans -- If you're struggling with excessive debt, you may come to a point where your debt is simply too overwhelming to handle yourself. A debt management plan can help, but you have to be careful about which one you choose ... (See Debt management plans)