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Getting out of debt often seems like an uphill battle, and no matter the debt size, it can be difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel. However, it is possible to get out of debt, and fast with the help ofwww.fastdebtreliefonline.com/ ! The first step to debt consolidation is to stop adding to it. Plain and simple, stop using your credit cards, and refrain from opening any new credit cards no matter what kind of rewards , miles, or any other incentives credit card companies will lure you in with. Turn off any automatic debits from your credit cards, cut up existing credit cards, delete your saved accounts on online shopping sites that might have your credit card information saved. Once you stop accumulating more debt , you are on your way to debt relief!

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Brian Jeffries‘s insight:

We live in an automated world and it’s easier than ever to spend money. It quite literally can become an addiction. So when the author suggests quitting “cold turkey”, it can be easier said than done. Fortunately there are places to go for help. Here’s a link to a hand up and a no cost consultation.      cinsums.com

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Do you have too much debt? That’s a stupid question.


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A view of the “Old home in the woods”

 Do you have too much debt? That’s a stupid question. All debt is too much debt. If you are going through some tough times,don’t feel like the Lone Ranger. I know that isn’t the most comforting thing to hear and I never like “company” when I’m miserable. There are different things that you can do though to get out from under. I think all of us have thought about just saying the hell with everything at one time or another. I personally have lost track of how many times I’ve started over. Just last year all was going great when a little cut on my finger turned into M.R.S.A. and a five day stay in the hospital (over Christmas) which eventually led to the loss of my job, car, truck, and a very…

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