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Setting up a plan to get out of debt - Budatha

Setting up a plan to get out of debt

 

You should set up a plan on how much money you can pay, and how much you have left to pay back. You must set up your plan so that you know how much to pay to each debt, try to have each one paid off in 3 years if possible.

There are many options for your debt plan, and you must choose how you want to go about paying your creditors, and how long it will take. You must plan out what your going to do ahead of time, to avoid uncertainties, such as a creditor increasing fees, or your job may lower your pay.

Now the actual process of paying back your debts is much more complicated and WILL take lots of time, frustration, and money. Lets use an example, you are $4,480 in debt, you bring home monthly $2,400, $600 a month would be 25 percent and that would go towards your debts ($2,400 times 0.25 equals $600).

Lets start with my first method, which is to pay each creditor the same amount of money each and every month. Now back to the previous equation, which stated that you would pay $600 towards your debts, if you have 5 creditors, then you would divide your monthly allowance for debts ($600), by 5, which equals $120 a creditor.

Now for the second method, which states that you pay some creditors more, and other creditors less. This strategy is generally used when you owe a big amount to one creditor, and a significantly smaller amount to another creditor. The creditor which you owe a large amount of capital to will charge exorbitant interest rates, and the creditor whom you owe a smaller amount of capital to will have a significantly lower interest rate.

You must make sure you have your priorities set, just in case a financial crisis occurs. If you lose your job, or your creditors increase their rates, how are you going to keep your monthly payments going? Therefore you must prioritize. You should pay the “heavy-duty” debts such as the mortgage or rent, utilities, secured loans, and insurances first. Then you can pay personal debts, such as credit card debts, and spending deficits. You must also know when to hold your payments. A doctor cannot undo the examination he has done on you, however a bank, or creditor CAN take your car away. So you should put your doctor bill on hold, and pay your creditor, so you don’t risk losing your car. Important financial priorities such as the previous example should be considered, as they will save you in the future.

Write down each and every creditors name, email, and how much money you owe them, and then write down how much you?re going to pay each of them every month. This chart will help you figure out how much you need to pay, how much you’ve already paid, and whether you need to withhold a payment, or send one in. Follow these fundamental steps and you will be out of debt in no time! Remember creditors want you to have money, so you can invest with them, and help them provide money to others, so they will come to a compromise if you need to negotiate.


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