Get Out of Debt in 2009
January 6, 2009
The new year is here and many of you have new year’s resolutions on your mind. You may be motivated to change bad habits in your life, complete projects that you started long ago, or simply take a new outlook on life.
Is reducing or eliminating your debt one of your financial goals this year? If so, make sure you check out No Credit Needed a great personal finance blog dedicated to helping others get ouf of debt.
About No Credit Needed
NCN is 33 years old, he has three children, and he lives in Georgia. NCN started the blog in April of 2005 with the intention of blogging his way to debt elimination. He began talking about his progress with debt reduction and his method of eliminating it. Now, he is completely debt free and focuses his blog on helping others eliminate debt. He now tracks his progress for saving for retirement and his children’s education.
NCN’s Other Blogs:
No Calories Needed : a weight-loss blog that tracks NCN’s personal weight loss campaign.
99 Changes : A personal development blog to help others improve their personal lives, relationships, and professional careers.
Here are some other great links from personal finance writers around the Web:
- The Digerati Life reflects on the past year and shares her goals for 2009
- Gen X Finance explains why the recession will be good for us as a country
- Lazy Man and Money looks back at his 2008 goals.
- Brip Blap explains what to do when you like your job but hate your career.
- My Dollar Plan’s Tax Cut Review for 2008
- Million Dollar Journey’s best of 2008
- Frugal Dad asks if we would sell all material possessions for debt freedom?
- Sun’s Financial Diary ponders what it takes to become a millionaire
- Money Crashers challenges you to find the career you love in 2009
- Free Money Finance tackles budgeting for the new year
- Mighty Bargain Hunter reveals his frugality tips for the coming decade.
- Consumerism Commentary’s financial goals and resolutions for 2009.
- Five Cent Nickle discusses Obama’s financial recovery plans.
- Blueprint for Financial Prosperity explains how to write an accomplishment journal.
- The Simple Dollar reveals 7 financial mistakes he made in college.
- Get Rich Slowly outlines 9 methods for mastering your money in 2009.
Thanks to the hosts of the recent carnivals below for including our articles:
Will 2009 be the year that you get out of debt, change a career, get on a budget, or invest for the future? You can do it, and we’re here to help you achieve those goals! Here’s to a great 2009!
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