Why get a debt consolidation loan
A debt consolidation loan can help people simplify their finances by combining all of their debt into one simple loan. Consolidating will help relieve the stress of having to manage so many debts that are set up as different repayments, due at varying times of the month with different interest rates and varying fee structures.
With a debt consolidation loan, people have one loan, one interest rate and one regular payment. This regular payment can coincide the borrower’s wages whether it is weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Once the debt consolidation is in place, the account can be structured to set up a budget that works for the borrower.
Debt consolidation success stories (Why is debt consolidation good?)
There are so many inspirational, debt consolidation success stories that can help people realise that it is beneficial to consolidate debt that is causing unnecessary stress. Here are a few success stories.
“I have been with NZCU South since I was nineteen, straight out of school, 1st paid job… Now 44 and I would never change banks. NZCU South has have helped me get out of debt and now I am debt free.” Tom
“NZCU South is very helpful when it comes to debt consolidation, rather than telling us what amount of money we spend on things such as groceries and bills, NZCU South asks and checks to see how much we do spend. NZCU South doesn’t put you in the same box as everyone else; they recognise that you are an individual”. Jackie
There are many reasons why people should consolidate their debt, but the main reasons are the lower interest rates, fewer fees, only one loan to pay and feeling less stressed about their finances. If you are struggling with too much debt, consolidation may be an option for you.
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