San Francisco, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/19/2014 -- Debt is a reality for millions upon millions of people in the developed world, and the banking culture has encouraged individuals to take on more and more debt in order to profit from the interest rates at which debt is paid back. Unfortunately, this culture has created a global economic meltdown and most people are now unable to pay back their debts, meaning that they now require debt relief. Getting the right kind of debt relief however can be difficult, and Lasting Debt Relief has published new content on the latest ways to get out of, and stay out of debt.
Their latest editorials are practical, sensible advice and guidance on debt consolidation, debt management and debt settlement. The site explains that while debt consolidation works around 70% of the time, and debt settlement has a success rate of over 90%, that debt management solutions actually have a failure rate of up to 80%.
The articles include much more than statistics though, explaining why this is the case and how readers can manipulate key variables in order to increase their chances of success and ensure they can free themselves of debt, then make the necessary lifestyle changes to stay out of debt. In this way, they help people find the right debt relief debt solution for them.
A spokesperson for Lasting Debt Relief explained, “The latest editorials are based on new figures released after extensive research. The economic downturn has been well underway since 2007 and so we are finally starting to see a clear picture of what works and what doesn’t work with regard to getting people out of debt and making sure they aren’t trapped again. The latter is far more difficult than the former, as not enough cultural change has occurred, and so it becomes a personal responsibility. We help people take that responsibility, and these new articles explain not only why they must, but how they can.”
About Lasting Debt Relief
Lasting Debt Relief is a blog whose editor has experienced the anguish of inescapable debt, and has learned the hard way how to get life back on track. The website is a means by which he shares expertise gained through hundreds of hours of research, real life experiences, and a firm finger kept on the pulse of debt consolidation and relief. For more information please visit: http://www.lastingdebtrelief.com/