You’ve planned the perfect wedding day. Everything was what you imagined and more. You said your vows before your family and friends and now you’re an officially married couple.
No doubt about it, your wedding was a wonderful celebration of your love and devotion to one another. Now that the party is done, you are faced with an awful reality – wedding debt. Starting a marriage with a heavy burden of debt is a guaranteed way to not only stress a new couple out – it can ultimately lead to the demise of the marriage.
Jeffrey Schwartz, the executive director of Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada understands many Canadians are inheriting wedding debt after they say I do. To help newlyweds combat their wedding debt, Jeffrey has developed a five-step matrimonial debt payoff plan.
You can read about his easy-to-follow plan on the Huffington Post here.