Struggling With Debt In Texas?
We at Guardian Debt Relief have ample experience in helping Texas residents get on their feet by adequately managing their debt on a case-by-case basis. Guardian assesses your situation and devises a plan that works specifically for you.
Although Texas is no slouch of a state, its citizens are not exempt from the unfortunate circumstance of falling into debt. However, there are reasons to be optimistic if you are a Texas resident in debt. We want you to know that Guardian is always in your corner, making significant strides in diminishing your debt.
As of 2014, the population of Texas is 26.96 million people, of which, a fair deal have been or about to be in unwanted debt. For Texans, we know what it takes to put you on the path to becoming debt-free.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Texas has an unemployment rate that is one percentage point below the US national average: 8.1 percent. Among adults in Texas with a college education, the unemployment rate is lower at 3.9 percent. As you might have already guessed, however, students in Texas are taking out a lot of loans to cover the costs of their education. This creates a significant amount of debt on the shoulders of many Texans.
The average household income in Texas comes in at about $55,200.
Average Debt Amount:
Texas certainly accounts for a great deal of debt within the United States. It is determined that Texas holds $340,944,239,000 in total state debt, with $13,083 per capita.
Living Above or Below the Poverty Level:
Currently, the poverty level in Texas stands at a staggering 16.2 percent, coming in at 46 rank overall out of 50 states. This statistic is based on the average household income in each state.
We’re here to support you, if you think debt settlement is the right option for you, give us call or send us an email. We want to help ease the burden your debt has caused, and we are confident in our ability to ensure the best possible care.