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By: Yael Kent Posted: May 15, 2015
Everyone has gone through moments in life when bills just add up to the point where there's not enough income to pay everything on time. For anyone that is struggling with money as of late, either due to recent unemployment or because expenses have simply spiked uncontrollably, it is possible to slowly recover from this and pay back all of the debts that are owed before they get out of hand....

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