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How can I consolidate my bills
My payments on my bills is more then I can pay each month, whAT CAN i DO?
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I had a SUV and the insurance lapsed on it then I had a accident so now the auto dealer is requesting that I pay the balance. I had a personal loan that I was no longer able to keep making payments on. I need help!

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I was doing fine on my credit payments each month. I charged to much and my payments are more then I can pay each month. I am falling behind on some debts. I don't have enough money to pay them all each month. Please advide what I can do. I don't want to miss any payments

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Sounds like you may have to sell some of the items you purchaced, and use that money to try to pay the debt back off. Or trying to get a consolidation loan from a bank to pay off all the others.

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CK has suggstions for doing that either with cards or personal loans. It doesnt guarantee you will get them though. I did just today actually. Got a pre-approved for a loan that was suggested but didnt take it because the credit card consolidation one accepted me as well, at a lesser % of interest.  The loan info didnt ding my credit but the card one did. It just saves more over time. 

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