WalletWorks Podcast – Episode 1: Tips & Tricks for Eliminating Debt
Tackling your debt can feel overwhelming. In this episode covering Tips & Tricks for Eliminating Debt, we’ll discuss strategies for paying down debt – like snowball vs. avalanche – and how to find extra funds in your budget without skipping a cup of coffee or clipping coupons. We’ll share ideas for reducing your expenses and how to determine if debt consolidation is right for you.
Wondering how debt impacts your credit? Learn more about what impacts your credit score the most and what tools can help you monitor your credit throughout your debt payoff journey. If you’re a PSECU member with a checking account or loan, you can sign up for our free credit score service* to monitor your score each month.
In each episode, we’ll tackle listener questions. This week our audience has questions about 0% interest offers, why credit scores drop after paying off debt, and if you should carry a balance on your credit card to help build credit.
If you have a financial question you’d like to ask, email the WalletWorks podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions will remain anonymous. Visit psecu.com/learn for additional financial tips & tools from our WalletWorks program.
To access your credit report, visit www.AnnualCreditReport.com, the only website authorized by the federal government to provide your credit report for free.
* PSECU is not a credit reporting agency. Members must have PSECU checking or a PSECU loan to be eligible for this service. Joint owners are not eligible.
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