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- April 6, 2008 at 5:21 pm #257126
It’s the many little things that you do. Hang your clothes outside to dry,
pay all your billd by bank draft (saves time,gas,stamp)(keeps a good track
record for you), use coupons for groceies, Auto Zone,Reily’s ( got all the
men in my family their car items on sale w/ coupons and rebates_mostly
free),start a pantry, buy loss leders, plan meals around what items are on
sale,drink water and cut all other drinks until you get staightened out,
budget, include the family in mking the budget,
I use red nail polish to put a mark on the inside of the tub so my 10 yo son
knows how much water to use,I put a red mark on the spigot on the side of
the cold water,I put a mark on each item that plugs into the electricity-so
I don’t waste time turning it over to see how it fits,(time is money)
Start w/ the lowest debt and concentrate on paying it off-then work on the
next one etc.
I use the estimate / month electric bill paying by bank draft.
From: “leonard.wilson2008” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2008 1:21 PM
Subject: Budget101.com : reducing debt.
> Besides saving a fixed amount on a daily & consistent basis, what is a
> method of bringing down debt?
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