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Getting out of debt and living debt free is not something that just happens without effort. Most of the people in the US are going deeper into debt every year. If you don't want to follow the trend, it will take significant effort on your part to make a plan to get and stay out of debt. Following the suggestions on this site will make for a good start on your debt free journey.

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