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If you don’t have good credit, you may want to consider other ways to consolidate debt.
Next, make sure you look closely at the balance transfer card’s “go-to” interest rate — the APR that’s charged once the promotional period is over.
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These offers can be a godsend if you’re ready for a change, but they only work if you make the debt repayment plan and follow through.
With that in mind, we’ve chosen some of the best cards for consolidating your debt.