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With more and more Australians set to struggle financially in the coming months, it’s expected that credit card debt levels will rise and cause even more money woes.

“Now that our country is in recession, it’s likely that more and more Australians will be using credit cards to pay for basic essentials like food, utilities bills and rent,” says Roland. Here, Roland shares his tips for paying off that debt.

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