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Debt is a dirty word which astounding amounts of people have to live with daily. It can ruin your current situation and your prospects in one foul swoop. As such, it’s unsurprising that anyone in it wants to get out again fast. Only, it’s never that easy. If it was, it’s unlikely you would have found yourself in this situation to start with. Instead, the path to a debt-free life is long and grueling. Often, it can feel as though the debt door is closed on you forever.

Unlocking Your Debt Door

But, that doesn't have to be the case. Despite the way it often feels, that door does have a key. More than one, in fact. And, finding these can ensure you open it and let your debt out. But, what are these keys, and where can you find them? In truth, you already have them to hand; you just need to realize it and use them in the right way. For instance, here are three accessible keys you could put to use right now.

Strategy

If you want to clear your debts, you’re going to need a strategy. This will vary depending on your situation, but it’s essential you work it out. For some, a debt consolidation plan may seem like the way forward. For others, this may be a case of writing out a workable repayment plan and setting aside the money to achieve it. These options and more are easy to plan out if you’re willing to make an effort. In fact, you’ll find that door opening the moment you turn your mind to planning this. 

Communication

A strategy may be able to get the door open, but it’s still on the latch until you get communications sorted. Again, the people you need to communicate with vary depending on your situation. Most commonly, this will involve your bank or credit card company. If your bank is the issue, arrange a meeting to explain your plan, and see if you can come to an agreement. If you’re dealing with a credit card company, a well written letter or two outlining your situation could lead to your acceptance in a credit card hardship program. Within this letter, outline your strategy, along with a brief explanation of how you plan to make it work. Most companies are willing to remove the latch on that door if you just talk to them. 

Execution

The door still won’t entirely open until you start to execute your plan. This is where you prove to yourself, and the companies in question, that you can make this work. In many ways, this is the most essential part of all. You can be sure the door will slam shut again if you slip up along the line. So, keep your strategy in mind, and make entirely sure that you don’t miss any payments going forward. Otherwise, you’ll find that the door bolts and double locks before you, and it’ll be a hell of a lot harder to open again.

About Denny Jones

Hi there! I am Denny, a personal finance blogger and I love to share tips related to managing finance for a better living. Follow my blog for lots of fresh and exciting tactics to control your finances.
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