Carnival of Debt Reduction #84!
Welcome to the April 23, 2007 edition of carnival of debt reduction. This is the first time that Getting Green has had the privilege of hosting the Carnival of Debt reduction, so if this is your first visit, stick around and stay a while. Consider reading some of our favorite posts or subscribing to our feed.
Without further ado, here’s the latest edition of the carnival of debt reduction:
Mr Credit Card presents Due Diligence When Choosing a Consumer Credit Counselling Service posted at Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog.
ISPF presents Attitudes Towards Debt, Bills and Credit Card Arbitrage posted at Grad Money Matters.
Abdulrasool Sumar presents Do It Yourself Debt Reduction posted at 3 Debt Consolidation Community, saying, “If you are committed to reducing your debts and are willing to cut down on unnecessary expenses, it is indeed very possible to succeed in what’s called a “Do It Yourself Debt Reduction” plan. Why do you need to go out and pay debt counselors or credit counselors big hefty fees when you can reduce your debts on your own? In this page, we will articulate the steps required for a successful debt reduction plan:”
FMF presents Debt Payoff Smackdown: Pay Highest Rates First Versus Pay Lowest Balances First posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “Which is the best way to pay off your debt?”
John presents Did You Know April is Financial Literacy Month? posted at Queercents, saying, “Since April is financial literacy month… Knowledge will prepare you to take action steps to fix things up. Things can only get better after grasping financial literacy.”
savingadvice presents How Stores Manipulate Your Senses To Get You To Spend posted at Personal Finance Advice, saying, “These are tricks that store use to get you to spend more money and ruin your debt reduction efforts.”
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Do you have difficulty with debt? You can read info on how to consolidate your debt on the Internet. If you have tax problems, you can find useful information on tax debt settlement. When you consolidate debt you can start fresh again.