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91. Debt management groups that charge fees work for you:   This is a simple example of follow the money. Companies work for the people who pay them. If you go to a debt managing group that charges fees, they work for you and will often try to get your debt reduced through a debt settlement…

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81. Once something goes to collections the original creditor doesn’t have it:   It’s no secret that most people don’t like collection agencies. Some people dislike them so much that they won’t deal with them and insist on going to their original creditor. The problem is that creditors generally sell your debt to the collection agencies,…

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71. Apply for reduced cost lunches at school for your kids if available:   If you’re working on either rebuilding your credit or reducing debt, you probably don’t have a lot of money. If you qualify, you not only save by paying less for your children’s lunches at school, but it will also lower your…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 61 – 70

61. Learn to barter:  Just as you can save money by doing things yourself, you can also save money by bartering for things with neighbors, especially if they have skills or tools you lack. Perhaps you can fix the neighbor’s computer and they can work on your car? It doesn’t really matter which skills you…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 51 – 60

51. Don’t max out your credit cards:   If you have to carry a balance on your credit card, always try to leave a cushion rather than maxing it out. That way your fees and interest charges are less likely to push your card over the limit and cause addition charges for penalties. Those charges…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 41 – 50

41. Use multiple bank accounts:   It’s really hard to manage your money if you keep it all in one account. A good plan is to have one account for saving, one for your day to day spending, and one for your bills. If you can possibly manage it, set the savings account up so you…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 31 – 40

31. Pay down payday loans in steps:   If you do have payday loans, don’t try to break yourself by going cold turkey. Most people who use these services can’t afford to pay all the money back on one paycheck. Instead, write a slightly smaller check each time. If you borrow $500 one paycheck, try to…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 21 – 30

21. Watch out for introductory rates: Lots of credit cards hit you with this one. They’ll advertise an absolutely fantastic interest rate for the first six months or year, then hit you with a massive rate increase that will send your payments skyrocketing. The introductory rate doesn’t matter at all, what matters is the rate…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 11 – 20

11. Communicate with lenders:   This is a tip that many debtors ignore. Your creditors only want your money, and most of them are more than happy to work with you so long as they get their money in the end. The catch is that you have to keep them in the loop. Telling them…

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101 Tips to Help Improve your Credit and Decrease Your Debt – Tips 1 – 10

1. Pay your bills first: It’s important to put the money aside to pay your bills as soon as you get paid. This will ensure that you have enough money to pay them. Don’t spend any money at all until you’ve put the money aside for your bills. Since most of your day to day…

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