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First, there are several banks that offer 9.9% intrest credit cards --by consolidating all credit cards that exceed this intrest rate and paying off high intrest with lower rate you will be able to have a little extra cash or to "double up" and pay these debts off faster. Secondly, review your returns on other investments--- if they are returning less than your intrest rates-- sell and pay off these debts so at end of each month you can have a "zero" balance. Third, start your own business---create another cash generator,one that you control.
This stratagy worked for me---so will it for you. Good planning--
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