Trouble Paying Bills? Read This
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So much uncertainty and anxiety have been created by the coronavirus, consumers are having trouble paying their bills.

The financial impact can be felt by many, especially those who are unemployed or furloughed due to the coronavirus pandemic causing many to experience difficulty paying their bills.

If you are having trouble making payments, you are not alone. It’s essential that you contact the companies you owe money to. Discuss your situation and options. Many companies have implemented special payment flexibilities for consumers experiencing hardship at this time.

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Check out the resources from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

There are some tools and resources available from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on budgeting and managing your finances.

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The information includes tips on paying your bills, managing your spending, dealing with debt, and checking your credit, and disputing errors.

Click here to Get the information now.

About Attorney Ryan Peterson

Source: Consumer Finance Protection Bureau

Written by Diane Nelson

March 15, 2021

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