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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, and started growing my wealth 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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2015 Financially Real Carnival

This is What Happens When You Get Financially Real

Today I was asked to be a part of a little financial roundup with other awesome personal finance bloggers. It’s hosted by my good friend Shannon, from The Heavy Purse. Since April is Financial Literacy Awareness month, why not end it by delving into what it means to get “financially real?”  April is an important month for personal finance bloggers. This is a month to focus on helping people understand their finances and all aspects …

The Best Cell Phone Plan for Kids
Cell Phones

The Best Cell Phone Plan for Kids

I got an email the other day from a reader that asked a good question. Basically, the email asked what the best cell phone plan for kids would be.  This reader had a family plan at T-Mobile. It was four lines for $100, so $25 per line.  The problem is their kid was using too much data, which is 2.5GB per line on that plan.  Hence the email.  I do a lot of research on …

Earning cash on the side
Extra Income

Easy Ways to Make Extra Money on the Side

Whether it’s spare change for a holiday or a plan to retire in your 40s, sometimes it pays to think outside the box in the race to earn a little cash. So if you’re looking at ways to increase your bank balance, but plan to keep your day job, here are five easy ways to make extra money on the side. High interest bank accounts If you’re looking to play it safe but want your …


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