I was reading an article on debt and found your column. I have about ,000 in credit card debt, and I'm 1 month behind on my mortgage. A regular income, assuming you have one, is important for taking control of your finances. Because you use the word "probably" to describe how far behind you are on your credit card accounts, it's clear you don't have a good grasp on how much you owe, how late you are or how close you are to a foreclosure.
I'm probably a few months behind on some of my credit card debt and not sure what to do. Should I sell my house and work on correcting my financial troubles? To set you straight, I want you to begin your comeback by speaking with a counselor at a nonprofit credit counseling agency.
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