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Common Credit Card Mistakes People Tend to Make

If you’re walking around Walmart or any other major shopping store you probably don’t have a wallet stuffed with a thousand dollars in cash. However, should you see a 65-inch flat screen TV you like, you could actually bring it … Continue reading

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Why You Should Use the Site Guide to Lenders

Believe it or not, you really do not need perfect credit to obtain a personal loan. You have to find the lender that will work with you. Instead of wasting hours of your time you could find something that should … Continue reading

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May 2017 Debt & Life Update

This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a commission on purchases made through links at no extra cost to you. Thank you so much for supporting this site. Read the full disclosure here. It’s been an interesting few … Continue reading

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April 2017 Debt Update

Good morning people. I hope all is well with you. Another month has gone by. Today, I will be sharing with you my April 2017 debt update. My debt went from $64,207.46 to $63,405.75. That was a drop of $801.71. … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Have Fun While in Debt

Hello, Everyone. According to the U.S. National Debt Clock, the U.S. is over $19 trillion dollars in debt. That is a ridiculous number. My $64,000 student loan debt is a part of that debt. We have an epidemic in our … Continue reading

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March 2017 Debt Update

Hello, everyone. There is only one week left in March. I hope everyone had a good month. I sure did. In today’s post,  I will be going over my March 2017 debt update. Keep reading to see how I did. … Continue reading

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2 Years Into My Debt Repayment

Two years ago, January 2015 to be exact, I restarted my debt repayment. I was beginning month number 3 at my current job. This was my first full-time position since I quit my old job in June of 2013. I … Continue reading

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