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March 27, 2009


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I am soooo glad that yesterday's comment was an April's fool joke. :) Half-way through the post, I had made up my mind to unsubscribe. Glad that I read it to the end. I love your site and have learned so much about eliminating debt and being a good financial manager. I set up a budget at the beginning of the year and within two months I paid off one of my credit cards. The budget really pinpointed where I was wasting money. I'm a lot more savvy now. Even have a small ($500), but growing emergency fund. When I pay my house off in June, I will agressively attack my remaining credit debt of $4000. Anyhow, keep of the good work.

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