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Tennessee residents could acquire credit card debt in emergencies

On Behalf of | Aug 21, 2014 | Credit Card Debt, Firm News

When it comes to using credit cards, many Tennessee residents may understand that maxing out card balances is not a good idea. If a person does have to take this route and then is unable to pay off the balances, they may need to seek additional options for dealing with their credit card debt. This type of situation could affect some parties who may find themselves in situations where using their credit could potentially be their only option.

Being faced with a personal emergency could be a situation in which a person must use a considerable amount of credit. Such emergencies could include sudden medical expenses or car problems that need to be addressed immediately. However, an individual may want to ensure that the situation they are in constitutes a serious emergency and is not just a situation in which they feel that credit could be helpful, though not necessary.

Another instance in which a person may have few options other than using credit is when he or she is unemployed. Losing a job can suddenly affect anyone, and if the savings accounts are low, using credit cards may be the only option for making ends meet until a job is found. Unfortunately, even in this type of situation, credit cards can lead to financial issues in the future.

Credit card debt should not be a source of shame, especially if the debt was acquired during necessary situations. Nonetheless, many Tennessee residents may feel ashamed about their situations due to the financial burden they could now be facing. Luckily, residents may be able to find debt management options such as bankruptcy that suit their state of affairs and could potentially help get them back on the right financial track.

Source: USA Today, “The Only 4 Times You Should Max Out Your Credit Card“, Lindsay Konsko, Aug. 9, 2014

Source: USA Today, “The Only 4 Times You Should Max Out Your Credit Card“, Lindsay Konsko, Aug. 9, 2014