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Me!Debt Roundup was created to share a journey toward debt freedom. After four years of fighting debt, I learned a few things about myself, my finances, and my desire for financial freedom.  I have since paid off my debts, built a business, a thriving blog, started making more money, and investing more than I ever have before.  This blog is my journey through it all and the tips and tricks I picked up along the way.  I discuss everything from debt, credit cards, loans, making money, investing, and everything else evolving around finance.  Along with these topics, I also share tools and resources which helped me along the way. I hope it helps you discover your new financial pathway!

~ Grayson Bell


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Republic Wireless Review – Cell Service Starting at $10 Per Month

  Republic Wireless is what I like to call a “disputer!”  They came in a stagnant industry and decided to change the way we call each other.  Instead of diving into contracts, getting subsidized phones, and paying well over $100 per line, we know can enjoy hybrid wireless calling for a maximum of $40 per month.  You pay thousands per year just for the the luxury of owning and using a cell phone with the main …

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Scottrade Hacked! What To Do If Your Information Was Compromised

Oh man, this isn’t good. Hacking is becoming such a big business that every time you turn around some big business is being hacked. Now it seems that Scottrade has been hacked. While I have a Scottrade account and they are part of my recommended resources, this hack scares me a bit. According to CNN and Scottrade, there were 4.6 million customers who’s data has been compromised. This only affects customers who’ve signed up for …

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Sling TV Review – How to Cut Cable and Still Enjoy Prime-Time TV Shows

Well, it’s been some time since I first signed up for Sling TV. Dish Network first announced Sling back at CES 2015. When I first heard about it, I got excited. I wanted to try it out, so I signed up and waited for my invitation. I got it in the first week of February. I know this service has been making rounds due to it’s ability to provide cord-cutters, like myself, a way to get ESPN …

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25 Awesome Tools and Sites to Save You Money!

Since it is Friday and I assume many people will go out to shop this weekend, why not share some tools to help you save some of that hard earned cash? Seriously people, why not save when you are shopping? Well, in the good ol’ Friday spirit, I brought together 25 tools and sites you can use to save money. It really is that easy. There are many more that I could come up with, but I thought 25 would be more than enough. These include some places you have probably seen or used, but maybe some others you haven’t. I hope this will become a quality resource for those looking to save money. I know I am always looking for a new way to save cold, hard cash!

How to get the T-Mobile $30 Plan
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How To Get The T-Mobile $30 Plan and Save Money Every Month

T-Mobile is working hard to take customers away from the larger cell companies like AT&T and Verizon. They have cut contracts and keep dropping their pricing. Having said that, they are not always the cheapest game in town. That distinction goes to Republic Wireless. Either way, did you know there is a little T-Mobile $30 plan that most people don’t even know about? It’s perfect for those who don’t need a lot of minutes, but …

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Have you ever walked into a store for one thing but then couldn’t even use the “15 items or less” line when you were checking out? Think about it for a second…For me, it’s the grocery store. If you haven’t or if you have, there’s something causing you to avoid or give in to impulse. And it’s the same thing that helps you make friends and decisions — your personality. Your personality is the basis …


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