Debt can happen to any of us, and the data shows that it's more common than you might think. So we've put together a simple infographic that explains just how large consumer debt has become, and how the average household fits into the bigger picture. It also offers some first steps for getting debt under control and making a plan for financial freedom.
Joe Guida contributed to this article. Infographic design by Sam Kittinger.
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