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Subject: Re: Saving vs. Paying credit card debt Date: 7/18/2010 9:42 AM
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I would go for paying the credit cards debt. even if the financials are in favor of other options. It is really strange how credit cards debts creap up to become a major hastle.

My action plan from now till the coming 6 months is to reach into a point where I am able to cut the cards and keep one for extreme emergencies.

I know I am going thin on cash (having one month at hand) but I am willing to risk it to get rid of this evil.
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