how can i eliminate my debt?

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I have some accounts in collections and it seem to be to hard for me to get free of debt. Im in school, so i can’t get a second job.
does anyone know a way to consolidate my balances or any institution that can help me out?

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    golferwhoworks
    November 9, 2011 at 7:03 am

    pay them off by getting a settlement in writing starting smallest to largest and work your way up. Do not send them any money with out something in writing first and never give them access to any account information as they will sweep the account to get full value

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    akadave
    November 9, 2011 at 7:45 am

    that’s easy, just go bankrupt.

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    SlowlyGetRich.com
    November 9, 2011 at 8:11 am

    None of those answers would have helped me much, so i’m not sure if they helped you, but i’ll try.

    First, before you get out of debt, you have to figure out why you are there in the first place; paying too much for high speed internet or other services you don’t need or could cut down on? Buying expensive things you don’t need? School fees?

    If it’s the first 2 examples; it’s easier to pay back, first you just have to cut the spending on your utilities, maybe not use so much electricity, get a slower and cheaper internet connection, cut your TV (because you can just watch TV shows online anyways).

    If it’s because you are spending too much on things you don’t need, try to cut down on your spending, don’t buy something unless you really need it, and try to avoid going out with too much money; if you are going shopping for food, make a list so you dont buy something you don’t need.

    After you start saving using some of the methods i explained, you have to start paying back, and honestly, don’t pay the most expensive off first, pay the cheaper ones; because you will start feeling the “debt paying” working, because you are starting to get rid of some of the things on your list to pay and that will motivate you MUCH more than if you paid and paid for the most expensive bill but it was still there after a long time.

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    pavan k
    November 9, 2011 at 8:36 am

    The best way to reduce debt is Reduce expenses,Increase income and Pay off each bill one by one.That are not steps to take one at a time. You must focus on all three ,day by day and month by month.If you are serious about getting out of debt, you need to change your spending habits.

    Choose the one debt with the highest interest rate and the lowest balance. Every month, pay as much on this card as you can until it’s paid off.

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    Azzuan
    November 9, 2011 at 8:47 am

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