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      Cut back on anything extra you do now, so that you have extra money

      to channel towards those debts. When you get your taxes, clear off

      as many of the debts as you can in one fell swoop.

      That’s going to be your best bet. Any actively growing debt, or

      things like house/car loans should be paid in amounts high enough to

      tackle the balance, so you can chisle away at that, instead of just

      interest.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, demiansrose@… wrote:

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      > My husband and i want to get all of our past debt on our credit

      reports and

      > all cleared up and anything past due caught up by 2009. Is there

      a good way

      > to do this, because we want to have another child, but want to

      make sure

      > everything is fine for us, our other kids, and the new one or ones

      that we will

      > have. We have to do an IVF and it is through the military so it

      is only abut

      > 5000, but we can do that with tax money.

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