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Friday, October 21, 2005

Welcome To My Personal Debt Blog

Hello and welcome to my personal debt blog.

I have established this blog because I have a lot to share with the blogosphere about debt. I have everything from student loan debt to credit card debt to debt related to my businesses, so I have quite a bit of experience dealing with debt.

Over the years, I've learned a number of useful and not-so-well-known tricks that I've used to improve my credit score (which has led to me being able to secure far more favorable rates whenever I signup for a new credit card or line of credit, etc.) and I'll be sure to share them here. I am hoping that the visitors to this blog will also share their experiences by posting comments, so please feel free to leave your comments about any blog entry in this blog.

Personal debt has become a serious issue in the US, and I think that if we--the average middle class consumers who have to work for a living--if we share our experiences and ideas on how to keep debt under control, we can all benefit and improve our collective lives.

Thanks for reading. Looking forward to reading your comments.


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