Whether you owe $3000 on a credit card or tens of thousands on a car loan, paying off debt can seem overwhelming. But you just need to take things one step at a time.
Deputy editor Maria Bekiaris joined Money in 2001 as a writer/researcher. She writes about personal finance and investing, and has contributed to Australian House & Garden, Good Health, and Mother & Baby.
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