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Are you struggling to pay off credit card debt? Tell us what hurdles you are facing

With inflation climbing, a lot of Americans are pulling out their credit cards to pay for day-to-day items and are starting to accumulate quite a bit of debt.
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With inflation climbing, a lot of Americans are pulling out their credit cards to pay for day-to-day items and are starting to accumulate quite a bit of debt.

More Americans are relying on their credit cards in the face of rising prices, and with climbing interest rates, that debt is getting very expensive.

Have you found yourself using your credit card more often? Are you having a harder time paying off that debt every month? NPR is looking at how Americans are handling debt in the face of what many fear is a looming recession and would like to hear from you.

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Arezou Rezvani
Arezou Rezvani is a reporter and senior editor for NPR's Morning Edition. She's also founding editor of Up First, NPR's daily news podcast.
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