5 million people helped and counting  >  Call 1-888-694-3328 or Get Started Now
Debt Consolidation
ARKANSAS
"We were in debt for over ten years and were relieved to be able to make monthly payments to CareOne to begin to get our lives back."Deborah J., Conley, GACareOne Customer
Will Debt Consolidation Help?
Learn about your debt consolidation options in Arkansas.
It's not a loan. It's a realistic and personalized plan.
Fill out the form to find out more.

- -
Yes, please send me the free CareOne newsletter, Debt Guide, and special offers from CareOne. Privacy Policy.

Arkansas Debt Consolidation: Residents Affected by Income Levels

The providers of CareOne Debt Relief Services® understand how it feels to struggle with debt. Many of us have been there, and that includes our founder, Bernie Dancel. However, we also know what it takes to become debt-free and we’re devoted to helping others find their way out from under the weight of debt.

Why Do Arkansas Residents Seek Debt Relief

We understand that every situation is unique, and we appreciate the specific debt relief issues and financial factors you’re facing. We hear from our customers about how debt levels have been on the rise across the country, including Arkansas. Despite the fact that the state’s unemployment rate, at 3.6%1, is well below the national average (which is currently about 4%)2, it does not tell the whole story. For those who are employed, income in Arkansas is lower than the national average. According to the Census Bureau, median household income was $43,813 from 2013-20173. This is almost 25% less than the national median of %57,652 for the same time period3.

Adults who earn less money have a harder time building up savings for financial emergencies or unexpected events. If a situation arises that requires a sudden expense, it’s easy to rack up excessive credit card debt and fall behind on loans. Arkansas has above average credit card debt compared to the national average, coming in at about $6,747 per household. Debt relief is often needed.

How to Find Debt Relief in Arkansas

Debt consolidation comes in several forms and can help you regain control of your finances. Two examples are a Debt Management Plan (DMP) and a Debt Settlement Plan (DSP). With a DMP, you are able to combine your unsecured debt into one monthly affordable payment, and receive benefits such as lower interest rates, which could decrease the time it takes to become debt-free. With a DSP, you make a monthly deposit into an escrow account, and once enough money has built up in this escrow account, it is used to negotiate a settlement with your creditors for less than the amount owed.

The providers of CareOne Debt Relief Services understand how debt affects your ability to reach your financial goals. We want to help, and we’re committed to doing everything we can to assist Arkansas residents become debt-free. Call one of our Certified Personal Finance Counselors® today. They’ll walk you through your options and provide a free debt relief analysis and customized debt relief program to help you get back on track.

 

To get more information on debt in other West South Central states see Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana.

1 Bureau of Labor Statistics,https://www.bls.gov/web/laus/laumstrk.htm
2 Bureau of Labor Statistics, Table A-4. Employment status of the civilian population 25 years and over by educational attainment, http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.t04.htm
3 Census Bureau, Arkansas Quick Facts, https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/US,ar/PST045218
Call 1-888-694-3328 to get started now.
  • Reduced Interest Rates
  • Lower Monthly Payments
  • Waived Late Fees
  • Multiple Debt
    Consolidation Options
  • Relationships with over
    263,000 Creditors
  • Over 5 Million People
    Helped and Counting
Follow
The CareOne Blog
Dec 12, 2014
I started buying gifts throughout the year at sales and even garage...

Nov 21, 2014
I was very happy with the money I received for my old phones and I was...
Debt Help - CareOne Debt Relief Services
Offering CareOne Debt Relief Services: