Resource Guides: Educate Yourself to Become Debt Free

A Straight Talk on Debt

A Straight Talk on Debt gives you the real deal on debt, straight from our employees and personal finance experts. Learn more about debt relief plans and how to be financially fit.

Resource Guides: Educate Yourself to Become Debt Free

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We are always trying to find new ways to help you on your journey to become free. What sets CareOne apart from others is the ability to choose a solution that works for you!

Many companies in the debt relief industry only offer one product or solution - forcing you to choose a product that may not be a good fit. CareOne continues to offer a variety of solutions allowing us to focus on what is really the best option for you.

Whether you're enrolled in a debt-relief plan or evaluating your options, our brand new Resource Guides provide you with all the information you need to achieve financial freedom by empowering yourself with knowledge.

Some of you may be on the fence about what is the best solution for you. In our continued effort to provide the best possible service we created six resource guides to help educate you on your options.

Choosing a plan is half the battle; sometimes "life happens" and the solution you originally chose no longer works for you and your situation. These comprehensive guides will provide you the information you need to make informed decisions regarding switching plans to continue to be successful on your journey to become debt free.

To access the guides simply go to the CareOne home page, click on the About Us section then click on How We Can Help to access the six new resource guides.

Resource Guides

  1. A Quick Guide to Managing Your Debt Management Plan in My CareOne
  2. Ten Things You Must Know to Succeed on a Debt Management Plan
  3. Nine Things You Must Know to Succeed on a Debt Settlement Plan
  4. What is the Difference Between a CareOne Services, Inc. Debt Settlement Plan and Bankruptcy?
  5. What is the Difference Between a CareOne Services, Inc. Debt Management Plan and Debt Settlement Plan?
  6. Are You Thinking of Switching From a Debt Management Plan to a Debt Settlement Plan?

Suzanne Cramer

Suzanne is a certified credit counselor working in our Ask the Expert forums as a coach and a Social Media Specialist for CareOne. Suzanne writes for our Divorce, Debt and Finances and A Straight Talk on Debt blogs.  Follow Suzanne on Twitter where she shares the latest debt industry news and tips to keep your finances in check with her ADivorcedMom and AskCareOne accounts.

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  • While it may seem lucky, I think most of you will agree that getting out of debt has very little to do with luck, and more to do with sacrifice, struggle, and wanting to sometimes pull your hair out of your head.

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