Day 4 - Paying off debt

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    Today I paid off my $200 debt to my roommate kevin for the initial security deposit on our place

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    1. KDayrit 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for uploading this under Creative Commons license! I've used this for an article entitled Irrationally Avoiding Debt: Determining When It's a Good Idea to Borrow Money. If you click on the thumbnail below the article, you are credited as the photographer and it links to this page.

      Thanks again!

    2. just_an_oli87 57 months ago | reply

      Planning on using for Gold News. Thanks.

    3. BetterFinances 56 months ago | reply

      nice action shot :)

      We've added your photo to our favorites and to our photo collection related to pay off debt.

    4. SarahSherpa 54 months ago | reply

      Great pic! I used this on a blog post I wrote about a contest for Alta Coventry Station apartments in Atlanta with a link back to this page. Thanks! blog.altacoventrystation.com/apartment-living/alta-covent...

    5. nathansbowman 52 months ago | reply

      Awesome photo! I used your photo for an article I wrote on my blog. Check it out here if you want: www.commoncentssaving.com/?p=421

      Thanks!

    6. ilak_1 50 months ago | reply

      wish i could get some of that so i could pay mine off.
      Do It Yourself Bankruptcy

    7. cleancrawlsinc 48 months ago | reply

      Great photo!

      I used it on my blog and added a link back to this page. Here is a link if you want to check it out: cleancrawlsblog.com/blog/receive-immediate-benefit-sealin...

      Thanks!

    8. niz1985 46 months ago | reply

      Awesome picture. I might use this picture on correcting credit report guide.

    9. trustdeedscotland 41 months ago | reply

      There is not many better feelings that getting rid of a debt is there! In Scotland, thousands are using a Trust Deed to clear their debts with companies such as Trust Deed Scotland

    10. jroberg 41 months ago | reply

      Perfect photo. I used this shot for my blog post about paying employees "under the table". I couldn't ask for a better picture. Here's the link: robergtaxsolutions.com/2011/09/paying-someone-%e2%80%9cun...
      Thanks.

    11. sanjeev-sharma 41 months ago | reply

      This is a great image and thansk for sharing it. We have used it on our article Card Payment Processing – An Ever Increasing Payment Mode.

    12. RumpledElf 38 months ago | reply

      Popular photo! Here's another one: photographicdictionary.com/p/pay

      Thanks for sharing with a CC license!

    13. mlhradio 37 months ago | reply

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    14. Crenel 30 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this under the CC:BY license. I am planning to use this in a new, short book promoting financial education.

    15. nowo_81 16 months ago | reply

      Thank you for providing this image under creative common license: finance4.net/blog/debt-management/

    16. nevindavid 11 months ago | reply

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    17. hemmings.brian 8 months ago | reply

      Reminds me of when I was a student and racked up debts with my landlord in Glasgow. Spoke to Debt Therapy Scotland and they helped me clear my debts in 4 years.

    18. dave_baddeley 2 months ago | reply

      I went through a lot of debt problems about 5 years ago to the tune of about £28k. Took out a Scottish Trust Deed though and managed to wipe off £23k which helped to say the least!!

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