Do debt management plans work?

Nonprofit credit counselors are the good guys in the debt relief industry, which is otherwise full to bursting with lies, scams and sketchy players.

That said, credit counselors need to acknowledge that their signature offering – the debt management plan – doesn’t work for everyone.

In my latest for the Associated Press, find out when declaring bankruptcy is a better option than credit counseling.

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