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IRVINE, CA – 6/29/2016 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — Consumer credit has surged to $3.59 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve. We go from rising on a four percent annual basis to a ten percent annual basis. It seems like every month and every year it just gets higher and higher. Jobs aren’t paying great and student loans are people are still saddled with mounting student debt.

Rescue One Financial says that paying the minimum each month is the slowest way to get to financial freedom, and it’s also incredible expensive. Rather than paying the minimum, a personal loan is a great option. Consolidating all the debt into a fixed monthly payment at rates that are usually lower than average credit card rates can make your life easier.

Getting a personal loan doesn’t have to be stressful. Rescue One Financial says, “A personal loan is there for you when you could use some extra money… you can safely use it to consolidate credit card debt at a much lower rate, finance home improvements, make a major purchase, cover unexpected medical expenses, or to simply take a family vacation.”

You’ll want to make sure you can qualify for this type of loan at a reasonable rate and an affordable minimum payment. More often than not, the rate is better than a credit card. If you have proof – like income – to pay back the loan back you can qualify for excellent rates for loans that range from $1,000 – $35,000 at Rescue One Financial.

Consider turning to Rescue One Financial for help in returning to a life of financial freedom. For more information visit rescueonefinancial.com.

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