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    How do you cut back happening fixed cost to pay off debt?

    Hi,

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    How do you cut back happening fixed cost to pay off debt?

    Please share your suggestion here....

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    I assume, being a Debt Advisor, that you have the answer to these questions you raise.

    Perhaps you would like to share the answers with us.
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    Since as he wasn't in to much of a hurry to answers previous questions... I wouldn't hold my breath here...
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    Yep! I'm afraid it is time for the wielding of the electronic axe.

    Bye bye Debt Advisor - don't worry about coming back. We'll try not to miss you too much.
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    An electronic instrument for the task M'lud!
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    Why thank you, kind sir. The deed is done and I didn't feel a thing.

    That pic would make a pretty cool avatar for Twinscythe.
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    Nicely axed - thought his time might be up
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