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Carefulcents Blogger Tells Us How She Got out of Debt and is Helping Others Do the Same

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An accountant turned blogger tells us about getting herself out of debt, and how she shared her struggles and tips with readers along the way to help them do the same. Continue reading

College Loans Don’t Stop Recent Graduates from Getting a Credit Card

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Sometimes a little debt can be a good thing. The Project on Student Debt recently reported that the typical college graduate last year had acquired $26,500 in debt over four years, a 5% increase from 2010. But Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, author of “Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom”… Continue reading

Andrew Schrage on Tips for Staying in Control of Credit Cards

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Personal finance blogger Andrew Schrage of MoneyCrashers.com sat down with Michael Germanovsky to discuss his blog, and ways to stay in control of credit cards. Continue reading

Interview with FrugalBeautiful.com on Frugal Lifestyle for Fashionable People

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Personal finance blogger Shannyn Allan of FrugalBeautiful.com sat down with Michael Germanovsky to discuss her blog, frugal lifestyle, and ways to reach perfection. Continue reading

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