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March 12, 2007


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Consolidating my debt sounded like an attractive option until I read the part about putting up something valuable as collateral. The only "valuable" thing I have is my college degree, and I cannot find anyone willing to pay me anything for it.

I'm in credit counseling and never had to put up anything as collateral. It sounds like you're making excuses!

Very nice list! Thx for it!

This is a great list of practical ways to reduce your debt. I think the smallest changes (when stacked up on top of each other) make the biggest impact. Small tweaks in our lifestyle really do make a difference.

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