Arizona Debt Relief

Money Fit has helped Arizona residents find exceptional debt relief, especially when it comes to repaying credit card and other unsecured debt, for over twenty years now. We’re proud to have built such amazing relationships with individuals and organizations over that period of time.

Starting to feel a bit thorny with your finances? Remember, the path to financial freedom isn’t easy but it is well worth it!

Starting to feel a bit thorny with your finances? Remember, the path to financial freedom isn’t easy but it is well worth it!

There are several great benefits to getting help with debt from a nonprofit debt relief service, such as Money Fit.

We’re not your typical debt relief organization, in fact, we’re much more. Money Fit spends hundreds of hours every year teaching people of all ages about the perils of being in debt and how they can build a solid financial foundation. We take a proactive approach to finances, however if there are current financial issues, we’re ready and able to assist.

Our primary goal is to help prevent financial discourse through education, which to some businesses could seem counter-intuitive, however, it’s our mission that “Everything Revolves Around Education.” Our belief is that the healthier the personal finances are within our community, the better everyone’s quality of life can be.

Money Fit Credit Counselors are highly skilled and trained in personal finance and qualified to help. They’ll treat you with care, compassion and understanding. You will be treated as an individual. We know that your situation is unique and when you seek debt relief from Money Fit, you’ll receive the best personalized care.

Arizona Statistics That Display The Need For Debt Relief

The average household credit card debt in Arizona in 2018 was $7,100. To put it in perspective, in comparison to the other states on the list, Arizona ranks 30th when it comes to average household credit card debt. Credit card debt, unless paid in full each month, can be expensive, and take years to repay.

Arizona Residents Carry Near The Same Amount Of Credit Card Debt As The National Average

The average US household carries $6,829 in credit card debt. Fortunately, Arizona residents aren’t far off that mark, but they are a bit higher than average. The average balances owed is still quite high, especially when you determine the costs associated with paying off debt over a lengthy period of time.

When it comes to student loans in default, or delinquent automobile & medical debt, Arizona shows a growing need for personal debt relief.

Getting Help With Debt in Arizona

Money Fit recommends that residents take a cautious approach when looking for financial assistance services. Unfortunately, there are several for-profit businesses that have poor track records. If you find a deal that appears too good to be true, it’s likely that it is.

We understand that dealing with debt can be tiring and frustrating. We’ve heard from several individuals that they wish they’d first researched a business that they signed up with, however, they were quick to shed the burden of debt and in some cases, their situation ended up worse.

We recommend that you take time with your research and reflect on the short-term and long-term implications such as the total costs to you as well as what, if any, damages may be made to important items such as your personal credit history and score. There is much is on the line, being up-front and asking questions and doing research will greatly improve the chances that you’ll find a resolution to your debt that satisfies your needs.

Sources:

Average Credit Card Debt by State

Average Credit Card Debt of United States

Additional Links & Resources

Phoenix Debt Relief

Tucson Debt Relief

Mesa Debt Relief

Chandler Debt Relief

Glendale Debt Relief

Scottsdale Debt Relief

Tempe Debt Relief

We provide debt relief to all Arizona residents. If you’re from a city listed above you can read detailed information as to the statistics behind why debt relief is needed by many individuals in your area. Just remember, you are not alone in your goal to live debt free!