Interview: Michael Taggart
70% of Americans With Credit Card Debt Admit They Can’t Pay It Off This Year
- A recent study by Clever found that only 30% of credit card holders believe they’ll pay it off within a year, and that 47% of card holders carry a balance from month to month.
- The vast majority of people that hold credit cards hold a balance which puts them further behind financially and makes the banks billions of dollars a year.
- To get ahead financially, you need to get rid of high interest credit card balances. If you keep holding a balance you won’t be in a position to build a better future for your family.
- Most people don’t realize how toxic credit card debt is for their financial life. High interest rates and penalties will simply suck away your greatest wealth building tool, your income.
- Following the 4-step C.A.R.E. method gives people the tools and plan to break free of the credit card balance trap and get on the road to a debt free future.
Available for Interviews: Michael Taggart
Michael Taggart is the co-founder of DebtReliefCenter.org, author of “Goodbye Debt, Hello Future,” and has been helping people get relief from debt and avoid bankruptcy for over a decade. In 2018 alone, he helped 321,611 people with plans for how to overcome $10,008,814,180.00 in debt. He is a devoted husband and father that is passionate about helping people and families create a better financial future for themselves.
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