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The Blizzard method is a smart approach to paying off credit card debt as quickly as possible.
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It’s my 10-month anniversary since I received my walking papers. It’s been a productive month, but also laced with sadness.
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The documentary Generation: Freedom offers an inside view of how regular folk became financial independent by launching Internet businesses.Read the full review.
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