Category Archives for Debt

7 Easy Steps We Used to Crush Credit Card Debt

Five years ago, we were able to pay off the last of our credit card debt. I can’t believe it’s been 5 years since that last payment was sent and we were credit card debt free! Really, time

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5 Money Mistakes You Should Not Make in Your 20s

There is a lot of advice out there to tell you what you “should” do with your money, but we’re going to show you what you “shouldn’t” do with you money. Especially

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How We Saved Over $180,000 After Paying Down Debt

Wow, how time flies when you’re having fun (or saving money). Seriously though, I can’t believe it was back in 2012 when I paid off my last credit card after being in the hole for so long.

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Is Holiday Shopping With Credit Cards Right For You?

With the passing of Turkey Day, the official beginning of the holiday shopping season starts! There are sales EVERYWHERE! Retailers are doing their best to get your attention and get you into their stores

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6 Free Apps to Help You Pay Off Student Loan Debt (or Any Debt Really)

It’s a sad day in the debt repayment space, especially those with student loan debt (there are so many). The awesome tool, ReadyforZero, has decided to shut down and focus on their blog content.

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Is Cutting Up Your Credit Cards to Get Out of Debt a Good Idea?

You vowed that this year was going to be the year that you finally manage to kick financial butt. The only roadblock? Your debt and bad credit. When you first start trying to rebuild your finances, it

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Which Debt Payoff Method is Better? Debt Snowball Or Avalanche

Paying off debt is a very difficult task to achieve.  No matter which way you slice it, it will take time and patience to cut your debt down to $0.  Many people that have reduced their debt live by

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How I Paid Off My Debt and Saved at the Same Time

  I’m constantly asked how one should pay off debt. It’s extremely hard to answer, because it’s generally based on personal experiences and preferences. That being said, I firmly

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I Brown-Bagged My Lunch for 4 Years! Here’s What Happened

Do you think I lost weight? Felt better for eating healthier foods? Well, I did see both of those when I decided to stop eating out every day for lucn, but it wasn’t the change I was looking for.

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Have You Said This to Yourself? If So, You Might Be In Debt!

  Digging yourself out of debt can be a difficult task. When you’re tens of thousands of dollars in debt (Grayson had at least $50,000 in credit card debt) it is easy to feel like there is no way

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