I am happy to host the 215th Edition of the Carnival of Debt Reduction. The Carnival of Debt Reduction is,
a weekly blog carnival that highlights posts on getting out of debt. Personal debt reduction progress reports and posts about reducing debt are what this carnival is all about!
All Financial Matters host the 214th Edition of the Carnival of Debt Reduction. He chose the three most applicable posts all are a great read. I was lucky enough to get a few more applicable posts!
The List is Short on Purpose – These Entries were well written and applicable to the Carnival of Debt Reduction
Man Vs. Debt submitted a post called 92 Quotes About Debt That’ll Make You Think, Laugh, & Tweet!. Great quotes from people whoa re a lot smarter than I about debt reduction.
Get Rich Slowly submitted a post called Should You Stop Funding Retirement to Focus on Debt?. Baker, a Staff Writer on GRS brings up the often heated discussion of whether to reduce debt or contribute to retirement? With 77 Comments already, this is a must read.
Bible Money Matters submitted a post called Avoid The Pressure To Spend. Jason Price, a Staff Writer at Bible Money Matters reviews options to avoid that annoying pressure we all feel – A MUST IF YOU ARE GOING TO REDUCE DEBT.
Cash Money Life submitted a post called Do it Yourself Debt Consolidation Options. Patrick provides, what I feel is the second step in your journey to debt freedom (first step is found in the above post).
Studenomics submitted a post called 10 Ways to Speed Up the Repayment of Your Student Loan. A guest post highlighting very basic ideas with no real depth on how to gain a few extra bucks during school.
The Digerati Life submitted a post called How To Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rates. 5 tips to reducing interest rates
The Smarter Wallet submitted a post called Managing Debt Wisely: Should You Give Up Credit Cards?. 4 tips on reducing debt
Clear Choice Credit Cards submitted a post called Credit Card Debt Elimination Guide. Provides a two step process to eliminating debt.
Not 100% Applicable, but should be Read
Bargaineering submitted a post called When Debt Collectors Violate the FDCPA. Not entirely relevant here, but too much good information to ignore!
The Canadian Finance Blog submitted a post called How To Use Credit Cards Without Bankrupting Yourself. Not 100% applicable but provides an alternative to the other entries.