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I'm leery of your path "based on your current income and ability to repay"

Often the path seems blocked based on current pay and current leftover $ for repayment. Many find that they can increase current income for a period of time (second job - for holiday or summer) (selling stuff). Most find they can put more money toward paying down debt by cutting back on expenses.

The work it takes to figure this out is necessary to success - your new site won't be very helpful if it just puts out general ideas such as reduce your telephone and internet bills.

Hope you will have a calculator that includes how to save money for several months then pay cash (for insurance, taxes, even vacation). Again, it would be too simple to say, our bills stay the same for twelve or twenty months.

As for the name, Slaying the Dragon (of debt)!
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