Are You Losing The Financial Game Of Life?

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Are you losing in the financial game of life? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. In 2008, 1 in 10 workers were made redundant. As a result, thousands of people were forced to open new lines of credit just to pay for basic necessities, and are now struggling to repay those debts. Whether you’re in a position where you’re still able to pay your bills or have been exiled by the lending community altogether, the experts at Consolidated Credit can help. For your convenience, they’ve compiled a comprehensive infographic to help you identify which league you fall into and then take the appropriate action.

They offer a variety of debt management services including debt negotiation, debt consolidation, and even bankruptcy as a last resort. Don’t put off the struggle any longer. Make a conscious effort to say good bye to financial ruin for good with the guidance of trained professionals.

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Bryce @ Save and Conquer

Kind of a fun infographic. Luckily, we have no debt and are saving 50% of our income. So I suppose we are ahead in the financial game of life.
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Sage @ The Dream Team

I’m really loving that infographic! It made things a lot easier for me to read through, maybe because I grew up reading comic books, lol. Otherwise though, you put together a solid update here and I have to admit, I’ve definitely been failing at being proactive enough about my financial situation. I guess I should be looking further into Consolidated Credit. Thanks for throwing that out there as an idea!

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