Is all debt bad? Is any debt good? How you perceive debt, and how it affects your credit, depends on many factors, including how much debt you have, how well you’re able to pay it, and the kind of debt. Too much debt is bad if it leaves you struggling to pay your monthly bills and affects your credit utilization ratio.
You have many options for dealing with debt and managing its impact on your credit. Explore to find out the impact of debt consolidation on your credit, how your spouse’s debt can impact your own credit, and whether or not you can remove existing debt from a bankruptcy.
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