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Bankruptcy: Dealing with the post-holiday debt blues

| Jan 10, 2019 | Bankruptcy

Now that the holiday season has come and gone, many consumers in Ohio and elsewhere are left to face the fallout of their recent shopping endeavors. Getting the first credit card bill after the holidays can be extremely stressful. Some of those who are dealing with the after holiday debt blues may benefit from seeking advice on steps to take to cut down on debts, while others might be wondering if bankruptcy is the correct path for relief.

There are a variety of tips consumers can consider when it comes to addressing financial concerns after the holidays. For instance, one action to avoid is to keep adding to their balances. While many stores and retail outlets may hold after holiday sales, avoiding these sales could be in one’s best interests.

Experts also suggest that consumers could benefit from adhering to a strict budget and buying only what is necessary after the holiday shopping season. When money is tight, some may also find it helpful to explore the options for earning additional income, such as a temporary job on the side. With studies indicating that many consumers also shop for themselves over the holidays, it may also be helpful to consider returning those impulse purchases that only seemed necessary at the time.

Unfortunately, not all strategies prove fruitful in every scenario, and some consumers may exit the holiday season with substantial amounts of debt. Those who are uncertain if they will ever be able to get out of debt could benefit from consulting with a bankruptcy attorney for guidance. An attorney in Ohio can address a client’s concerns and assist him or her in pursuing relief from debts through the necessary outlets.

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