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Today we are featuring some of the best articles from around the web on debt!
Getting out of debt requires determination and motivation. Does it matter if those motivations are inspired by our darker angels?
For these five people debt totaling $100k — or more — seemed insurmountable. That is, until they paid it off. Find out how you can, too.
If you're caught short when life catches you short, don't panic. Instead, try these strategies to manage an emergency and avoid debt.
Myths abound about what does and does not impact a credit score. Read this list of "Does Nots" and know why your score is gonna be fine.
Want good credit? Don't do this.
The longer you stay in the debt, the more it's going to cost you.
The mistakes you make with money hurt more than your finances — they limit your freedom. Are you making any of these mistakes?
It's actually easy (and even fun!) to be in control of household finances. Follow this simple plan and use the free tools to take charge of your money.
Credit card companies know that consumers can't resist shiny rewards programs. Learn how to get the rewards, with none of the guilt (or debt!).
Today we found some great articles on getting out of debt, beating rising food prices, and facts on your social security statement.
Struggling with debt? It's probably because you've made one (or more!) of these money behaviors a bad habit. Learn what they are and how you can change.
Everybody knows debt is terri-bad for finances and futures. But do you realize exactly how many wonderful things you could do if you were debt-free?
When the bills are mounting, don't give up! Get proactive with your creditors, cut your costs, and start rebuilding your credit. Here's how.
Avoiding — and climbing out of — debt is pretty simple. But that doesn't mean it's easy. Learn why you're still in debt — and how to get out of it.
Personal finance blogger Jaime Tardy shares how she eliminated more than $70k of debt and then set her financial sights even higher.
Personal finance is personal — especially debt. But if you can overcome that hurdle, a partner may be the motivation you need to tame that balance.
Forget about saving for retirement and your kid's college tuition. Here's the best reason to get serious about eliminating debt — it's killing you.
Some people just can't avoid falling into debt — and staying there. Are you one of them?
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