Debt Consolidation

Debt Consolidation

By consolidating your debt you can lower your interest rate and make your monthly debt payments more affordable.

For Example

Taylor’s debts are listed below:

CreditorAmount OwedInterest RateMonthly Payment
TD Visa $  15,00029% $  476.13
PC Mastercard $    7,50025% $  220.13
CIBC Line of Credit $    5,00019% $  129.70
CRA Debt $    5,00012% $  111.22
TOTAL $  32,50024% $  937.19

 
She visits ABC Bank and obtains a single $32,500 consolidation loan which she uses to pay each of her existing creditors with.  She now owes one single creditor: ABC Bank as all of her former creditors have been paid in full.  While she was paying an average interest rate of 24%, her new loan from ABC Bank bears a 9% interest rate.  This reduces Taylor’s monthly payments by $263 to $674.  These savings are a direct result of the lower interest rate offered by ABC Bank.

Comments

Debt Consolidation is an option that everyone with multiple debts should consider.  Even if you only have a single debt it’s always a good idea to investigate ways to replace that debt with lower interest debt to reduce your monthly payments or get out of debt sooner.

The Challenge

Not everyone can qualify for new lower interest credit (a Consolidation Loan) to consolidate their debt.  Lenders will consider your credit rating, income, job security, and credit rating among other factors when reviewing your application for a consolidation loan.  Many people facing financial difficulty are unable to meet the strict requirements of lenders offering lower interest rate loans.

Welker and Company

We view Debt Consolidation as one tool in our toolbox.  We start with an in-depth review of your financial situation: What you own, what you owe, and what you earn.  With this information in hand we consider a number of options including Debt Consolidation.  While we don’t directly offer Consolidation Loans to our clients, if  Consolidation Loan is right for you, we are pleased to refer you to a reputable lender who does.
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