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05/10/2010

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Rose Anderson

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Danitza

That is a good question, and help me out here cause if I am reaidng this properly you seem to be able to make the minimum payments but it is tight correct.?Well I see that you have many options . first thing you should be doing is preparing a household budget , very detailed . Determine what can be cut and what has to stay, many items this exercise under covers some waste and gives you the ability tackle more of your debt issue .I can tell you personally it can be done, I used to make 50K and since then have lost my income by 18K. THe funny kicker is I am making more of a debt payment today then I ever could accomplish at the higher salary.Buckle down and run everything through a fine tooth comb re-evaluate daily.Good Luck need help just ask

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