Start Digging out of Debt Today

The following post is from Christina of Northern Cheapskate: The best financial decision you can make is to never get into any debt. If you’re like the majority of Americans, you’ve already botched that one.  But you can do the next best thing: Get out of debt now and stay out. But how do you dig…

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Simplify Your Life by Paying Off Debt

This week we're talking about simplifying family life. Tune in all week for strategies and tips for every area of life, and if you're looking for more in-depth resources, be sure to check out the Huge Simplify Family Life eBook Sale! When it comes to finances, there's lots of debate about whether all debt is…

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Question of the Day: Do You Think All Debt is Bad?

On many frugal and personal finance blogs, all debt is regarded as a four-letter word. I agree that debt reduces freedom and that "we" as a society accumulate debt much too easily. We'll probably never take out another car loan because we lived with that burden for too long, and we don't use debt for…

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How Does the National Debt Actually Affect Us?
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How Does the National Debt Actually Affect Us?

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I am honored to be participating in a campaign with MomThink.org to raise awareness about the growing national debt. Things won't change in Congress until our representatives are convinced that their constituents are ready for a change, and the goal of this campaign is to raise public…

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More Than Resolutions: Pay Off Debt

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Join us all month for 31 Days of Organizing for a Better 2010! It's said that the average American household has more than $8,000 in consumer debt, not including cars or homes. That's a lot of money to owe other people, especially when you factor in month interest payments on that amount! There is no…

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