It’s time for this week’s Carnival of Debt Reduction. The Carnival of Debt Reduction is a weekly blog carnival that highlights posts on getting out of debt, personal debt reduction progress reports and posts about reducing debt.
With Father’s Day just past us, I thought it might be time for some debt reduction advice from Dad. Dad sez:
When I was a boy, we lived within our means.
(Photo by robertgaal.)
Picture of Wealth realizes that maybe Dad has a point and so she shifts her thinking to beat debt.
Becoming Debt Free investigates the secrets of living debt free.
Find Financial Freedom offers some tips on how to get out of debt.
The Happy Rock goes even further. He’s reached a tipping point, and says that debt is slavery.
But Debt Reduction Formula isn’t so sure that Dad has all the answers. He wonders, is debt a fact of life?
Do I have to turn this car around?
(Photo by dbking.)
Destroy Debt tells us how to go on vacation without adding more debt. (That should make Dad happy.)
But sometimes you just get fed up. Millionaire Money Habits explains how to stop bill collector harassment while you’re working on getting out of debt.
Debt Sucks feels like he’s reached the end of the road. Maybe a new map will help.
Money doesn’t grow on trees, you know.
(Photo by Sancho Papa.)
Not the Jet Set reminds us that Ed McMahon isn’t coming.
Silicon Valley Blogger thinks that you should pick up a few odd jobs to help pay off debt.
Until Debt Do Us Part thinks that pets should help pull their own weight.
Never a lender nor a borrower be.
(Photo by SqueakyMarmot.)
Credit Friend has a common sense focus on how to get out of credit card debt.
Cash Money Life reminds us that you can’t squeeze blood from a stone. He explains what to do when you absolutely can’t pay your credit card minimums.
Get Out Of Debt thinks that monthly mortgage payments can feel like a dead weight around our necks.. So pay them off fast!
Budgets are Sexy uses a credit card balance transfer so he can get a credit card paid down faster.
Money Blue Book thinks that paying off credit cards with balance transfers might be the way to go too.
American Consumer News has a straightforward way of saying goodbye to the balance on your Visa once and for all.
For information on next week’s carnival, please visit the Carnival of Debt Reduction.