Without further ado, here are this week's articles for your reading pleasure:
..."No excuses. There is a path to success for everyone. Now, get moving."
Steve Faber presents Success is at Your Doorstep posted at Debt Free.
..."if you do take charge of your debt, it will become easier to pay them off."
Pete at My Financial Awareness presents True Story on Prosperity to Get Out of Debt.
..."If the reason you are in debt is because you have a hard time actually paying your bills at all, there are three things you can do"
Supermom_in_ny presents Three Ways To Conquer Debt! posted at Getting Out of Debt.
..."I'm more in
the pay off your debt, then save to invest cash crowd."
FMF at Free Money Finance presents Comments: Over One-Quarter of the Population on the Brink of Financial Disaster, Need Discipline.
..."If I wanted to refinance, I'd probably have a tough time finding a loan for that price..."
Mapgirl at Mapgirl's Fiscal Challenge presents Calculating Your Blended Rate.
..."The current environment of rising rates can play havoc
with the average family's budget."
Julie presents Surviving Rising Interest Rates posted at Money @ Families.com.
..."start locking themselves in a trap where they must keep on working to pay down the mortgage."
Harrison Loke at Journey To Financial Freedom presents Something We Should know about Home Loan and Mortgage.
..."We are very tight on our grocery budget and I hate to waste money on any paper products..."
Amy Allen Clark at The MotherLoad presents Solution for Cheap Trash Bags.
..."For the past several months I've been on the lookout for little, simple ways I could make some extra money"
The Family CEO presents Making My Money Count posted at The Family CEO.
..."Had I been an identity thief, I really could've ruined your life today"
Wenchypoo at Frugal Wisdom from Wenchypoo's Warehouse presents Ebony Hall, I saved your financial life today.
A few notes: A thank you to all who submitted articles this week. It was my pleasure to read them all and I found some great new blogs to visit regularly. Just a reminder, though, that the Carnival of Debt Reduction is for personal experiences with debt reduction and/or advice on how to reduce debt. There were a few off-topic submissions this week that I just couldn't put in a debt reduction category (but were personal finance related): Discover Card Get Set for Fall and Car Buying Tip - Money Down.
Next week, the Carnival moves on over to My Money Forest.