Paying Down Debt

Why be Debt Free

My “Why” to be Debt Free

I have a lot of hopes and dreams.  My most obvious one is to get rid of all this debt.  Since we’ve last talked, our total amount of debt has gone down from $146,000 to $140,000.  $6,000 of debt gone in 5 months, not terrible, but still not fast enough for me!  Keep in mind […] Read more…

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Easily reaching your money goals

Saving money is quite a feat.  And with New Year’s right around the corner it won’t be uncommon for people making resolutions to pay down debt a priority!  Myself, included.  But once you start paying off debt it can be easy to get off course!  Here are 5 ways to stay on course and keep […] Read more…

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The best method of paying down your debt – Debt Snowball or Debt Avalanche?

This post contains affiliate links, I’ll get a small commission, but it won’t impact what you pay. Do you use the debt snowball method or the debt avalanche method to pay off your debts?  I’m a whatever-is-better-at-the-moment person! Up until about 3 years ago I had no idea who Dave Ramsey was, then a family friend […] Read more…

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