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You know the old saying: The first step toward solving a problem is admitting you have one.

Money Expert Nathan Bachrach shares these red flags that indicate you have a problem with money. 

First — you're only making minimum payments on your credit cards. Or, you're using credit cards to pay for things you used to buy with cash like groceries, food, etc. 

Another big one — an increasing chunk of your paycheck is going to paying down debt. 

If any of those sound like you, you need help from a good credit counselor.

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