Welcome to Carnival of Debt Reduction #114

Good evening! Looks like I’m pinch-hitting for DebtFREE-Revolution this week; she’s feeling really lousy and just got on to tell me that she can stay up for a couple of hours at a time before she collapses. So you might want to drop by her blog and give her some virtual herbal tea or something. 😉 In any case I’ve needed to get this carnival together on a time budget, so the carnival this week is to the point.

Here are a few shout-outs and the Editor’s Picks for this week:

And here’s the best of the rest:

Thanks to everyone who contributed this week! Next week Being Frugal hosts!


  1. Whoa! Sorry to hear about DebtFree Revolution! I hope she feels better soon! Thanks for stepping in to present the carnival — it’s a great list you have here.

  2. A nice compilation of articles, motivated me for working toward the debt reduction. Thanks for including my post too.

  3. Thanks for pinch hitting and getting the carnival up! Feel better DebtFree Revolution!

  4. Thanks for stepping in. It’s always nice to have others help out when you aren’t feeling well. Great job!

  5. Thanks for hosting and including my post as one of the editors picks.

  6. Thanks for hosting. I’ve linked back to the carnival at:
    (sorry for the delay – I’ve been sick…)

  7. Hi,i read your article.it has lot of information.i have never seen this kind of useful information.carnival of debt reduction is very fine.
    Thank you for your article.

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    Don’t be a victim. Stop credit card debt now. We can help.


  8. johnson741 says:

    This memo, started by debt free-Revolution asks: … have take another look at our budget and see if I can spare a dime towards this “enrichment” project. …

  9. This memo, started by debt free-Revolution asks: … have take another look at our budget and see if I can spare a dime towards this “enrichment” project. …
    Well, I think that if you’re in serious debt, you should get in touch with a company which provides expert debt advice on various solutions to become debt free, and which doesn’t take any money for it, like a not for profit organization.

  10. Loan that combines and refinances other loans or debt. It is normally an installment loan designed to reduce the dollar amount of an individual’s monthly payments.

  11. This is my entire savings so I don’t want to risk it all but I would like to get a little more than… the most you can. The money grows tax free, and some companies will match your contribution


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  4. […] Finally, I participated in the Carnival of Debt Reduction with my post My experience buying a used car with cash.  I have to congratulate Single Guy Money, who entered his post I DID IT!!!!!  What did he do?  He paid off his credit card debt!  Thanks to Mighty Bargain Hunter for hosting at the last minute.  I’m hosting this week, so be sure to submit your posts! […]

  5. […] I’m off to hit the Interstate for a destination filled with love, laughter, FOOD, and holiday cheer. I’ll catch y’all on the flip side of Sunday. Until then, please check out the Carnival of Debt Reduction. It’s a nice reminder to keep the credit card spending in check. […]

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