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Bad habits that can lead to credit card debt

There are many financial situations you want to avoid, with a large amount of credit card debt at the top of the list.

If you find yourself swimming in credit card debt, you'll soon realize that you need a strategy for slowly getting your head above water.

There are many bad habits that can lead to credit card debt, such as the following:

  • Following in the footsteps of your parents, if they were the type to buy everything with credit cards
  • Moving balances from one credit card to the next, not realizing that this isn't actually reducing your debt
  • Finding a way to justify every purchase, even if you know you don't need to make a purchase
  • Refusing to realize that you currently have too much credit card debt and don't need to add any more
  • Buying on impulse, such as when browsing the internet
  • Neglecting to create a budget that will help you understand where your money is going (and how you can cut back)

These are far from the only bad habits that can lead to credit card debt, but you should definitely be aware of each and every one. You may come to find that one or more of these is holding you back from reaching your financial goals.

If you're deep in credit card debt and have no way out, it's time to contact your lender to see if there is anything they can do for you. Along with this, don't hesitate to learn more about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as one of these may be the best way to improve your situation.

Source: The Huffington Post, "Credit Card Debt: 12 Common Debt Habits That Lead to Financial Ruin," accessed March 09, 2018

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