Debt Reduction, Noted, This Week's Carnivals

Carnival of Debt Reduction

Welcome to No Credit Needed and this week’s Carnival of Debt Reduction: Studenomics leads things off, reminding us about how we get into debt in the first place. Me?  I used to struggle with unplanned-for spending.  No longer!  Now, I live on a budget – and every dollar has its purpose. Six Figures And Broke is making some serious debt reduction progress, right in the middle of “step 2”.  Way to go! Dough Roller writing about the reality of debt’s burden, but has chosen to continue to focus on short-term goals and have a good attitude. PTMoney has an interesting read, written by guest author Debt Kid, about the realities of bankruptcy. The Digerati Life suggest that there might be…

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Carnival Of Debt Reduction 200

Welcome to No Credit Needed and the 200th edition of the Carnival of Debt Reduction. Credit Scores: Several of today’s articles deal with credit scores. Moolanomy has instructions for getting a free credit score from Annual Credit Report. Five Cent Nickel asks – What is a good credit score? Green Panda Treehouse has several ideas for fixing an inaccurate credit report. The Digerati Life answers – What does your FICO score mean? Credit Cards: Two of today’s articles deal with credit cards. My Life ROI writes about ways to avoid credit card costs. Ask Mr. Credit has suggestions for dealing with rising credit card minimums. Personal Stories: Five of today’s articles deal with the personal side of personal finance. Ready…

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This Week's Carnivals

No Credit Needed Will Host The 200th Carnival Of Debt Reduction

Monday, No Credit Needed will host the 200th Carnival of Debt Reduction.  If you are a blogger, click here submit a recently written debt reduction-related article before Sunday at 5:00 PM Eastern.  As incentive to submit articles and promote the carnival, Mighty Bargain Hunter (the carnival’s creator) is giving away some pretty sweet prizes.  Thank you in advance for your submissions, and please check back Monday at 7:00 AM for the 200th Carnival of Debt Reduction.

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