Personal Finance 22.2.2016 02:54 pm

Taking charge of your debt

The middle to upper market is consuming more debt to sustain lifestyles.

HANNA ZIADY:  On this Friday evening we are talking about getting a hold on your debt. Where do you start, how do you know what the warning signs are, and which debt should you pay off first?

Taking charge of your debt
Taking charge of your debt

Taking charge of your debt

The middle to upper market is consuming more debt to sustain lifestyles.

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