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Presenting…the Carnival of Debt Reduction #54

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Hi Everyone! Here’s the Carnival that hits close to home for me, and I’m proud to be hosting it this week. I’d like to give everyone a big thank you for your submissions. Without further ado, here’s 16 juicy debt articles for your reading pleasure (my comments in italic).

Jeff Plumb presents Good Debt and Bad Debt posted at The Buck Stops Here. To me, all debt is bad, but I do feel that some debt isn’t as “bad” as others, as Jeff suggests.

Super Saver presents Debt Ratio Implications posted at My Wealth Builder. Super Saver has calculated their Debt Ratio. Have you?

Erich presents The Courage to Live Debt Free – the Principles of Economic Security posted at LifeTraining – Online. The way society is today, it’s not always easy to live debt-free. Erich shares some principles on how to make it happen.

Golbguru presents How I Killed My Debt and What I Learned From it posted at Money, Matter and More Musings. Golbguru is now debt-free and shares an interesting graph telling a debt-history story.

Jim presents PFCollege: How To Make Saving A Habit posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity. Jim gives three things to do if you are working on saving money that apply if you are saving for a small emergency fund or for a car.

Bluntmoney presents My first attempt at getting out of debt posted at Blunt Money. Sometimes your first attempt to get out of debt may not be your last. The trick is to learn from your attempts and figure out what you can do better next time.

Bryan C. Fleming presents How to Get Through a Cash Pinch posted at Bryan C. Fleming .com. I’m guilty of something Bryan touches upon – using your credit card for groceries. I didn’t have a means to get through a cash pinch.

David presents The Courage to Live Debt Free (Debt Free Step 7 of 7) posted at Money Under 30. Probably the biggest tool one has to get out of debt is the power of your mind.

LAMoneyGuy presents Paid Off My Car Loan! posted at It’s Just Money. Congrats LAMoneyGuy! I just paid off my car loan too! Let’s have a party! 🙂

My New Choice presents Would You Like an Extra $200 Per Month? posted at My New Choice. You could have some more of your paycheck that needs to go in your pocket.

The Prince of Thrift presents Becoming & Staying Debt Free: Heartland Share Day posted at Becoming & Staying Debt Free. An interesting way to volunteer some time and receive groceries at a reduced price.

Savvy presents Starting from scratch – laying the groundwork posted at Savvy Saver. Savvy’s brother got a little bit of help from big sis on how to handle his debt upon graduation from college.

Scott presents Stuff Happens posted at Scott On Money. I don’t know about you, but the unexpected scares me. One occurance could really put a damper on our debt reduction.

King of Debt presents We’re In Debt » Pay Off Your Debt as Soon as You Make the Money to Pay Off Your Debt posted at We’re In Debt. If you have a problem parting with your money, perhaps automatic payments to your debt can help you.

J.D. Roth presents Control Impulse Spending with the 30-Day Rule posted at Get Rich Slowly. Man, I wish I read this article when I was in college!

NCN presents Monday Updates of NCN Network Members at the NCN Network blog. I’m a member over there, as are many others. Go check it out and if you like what you see…join us!

There was one submission that wasn’t quite debt reduction related, but more suited to personal finance: David Porter presents What do Mortgage Underwriters do? posted at Pacesetter Mortgage Blog.

That’s it for this week. Thanks for reading 🙂 For more information on the carnival, you can check out the Carnival of Debt Reduction site.


6 Comments

  • Reply Steve |

    Just having a quick look at your blog and I think this link might be useful for many people, it shows you how to legally reclaim all your excessive bank charges from the past 6 years for FREE. I used it and it worked really well. I’m not sure but i think it only works for the UK and Ireland, anyway keep up the good work.

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