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Monday, April 6, 2009

The Best Way To Pay Your Bills!

Tend to pay your bills in any old order? That is fine if you can settle all the balances. But should budget be extra stretched one month, the practice could leave you unable to pay a critical bill. To play safe, adopt this money smart habit. "Pay for essential living expenses like housing and utilities first, then loan payments, finally credit cards".

4 comments:

Maxi said...

my boyfriend and I always pay our bills on time. we don't want to leave any bill behind. it isn't a smart idea for us.

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Just Dream said...

Hope i can do that, pay all credit card bill for anything I spent for one month.

burn078 said...

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burn078 said...

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