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Bill Consolidation

You have a stack of unpaid bills on your desk and you lose sleep thinking about which bill to pay off first. Perhaps you have stuck to a budget, eliminated all unnecessary costs from your spending habits and still find yourself unable to make all your bill payments on time. If that's the case, you sound like a candidate for bill consolidation.

What Is Bill Consolidation?

Like debt consolidation, consolidating your bills means that you combine all your monthly payments-the credit card bill, the utility bills and any personal loans you may have-into one easy payment. In most cases, you must seek the help of a bill consolidation agency to negotiate lower interest rates and, depending on your situation, a lower monthly payment. Lower interest rates help you to save money and a lower monthly payment enables you to live worry-free while paying off your debt.

How is bill consolidation made possible?
There are a few different avenues available for those who are interested in bill consolidation. In some cases, property owners are able to refinance, allowing them to use the extra money to pay off their debts. For example, if you are a house owner and your property has appreciated in value, you might be eligible for a bill consolidation loan that uses the equity in available in your home to secure a loan. You are left with a lower interest rate, an amortized loan repayment plan, and a lot less stress!

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In cases where there is no collateral to tie to a bill consolidation loan, your options may be more limited. Because a bill consolidation plan could lower your monthly payments and your cumulative interest, even an unsecured bill consolidation plan could save you money. Unsecured loans are available to clients needing financial help, but usually come with a higher interest rate. Determine your monthly payments and the interest paid on each and you will likely see that an unsecured bill consolidation loan will still save you money, while you work your way toward financial freedom.

Who qualifies and what happens next?

This depends on your own circumstances. Most people seeking to consolidate their bills are doing so because they find themselves in financial trouble, unable to make more than the minimum payments due and never see a change in their debt load. When choosing a bill consolidator to fit your needs, find out if there is a prepayment schedule that you must stick to, or if you are able to pay off your bill consolidation loan more quickly, if possible.

Before you sign a contract, be sure to get a free consultation that will explain the ins and outs of bill consolidation. Write down any questions you may have and when you sit down with a bill consolidation professional, do not be afraid to question their policies and results. With bill consolidation, you are able to make one payment each month, which allows you to avoid the hassle of late fees and bill due dates, while you work towards paying off your debt.

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