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<<I also wanted to second the recommendation that you get a roommate or move.

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Consider being a roommate rather than getting one.


It is essential that you cut expenses and start paying down that debt. Defrring expenses like dental care just indicates things are worse than they are on paper. You really need to add the cost of the dental care you haven't had onto your existing debt load.


What kind of job do you have, and do you have any prospects for improving your job to one with better pay and benefits (like dental insurance)?



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