Category Archives for Fighting Debt

The One Change That Will Save Us $22,000

This blog post is part of the Pay Down My Debt (PDMD) blog tour, sponsored by US Equity Advantage. PDMD is a solution that accelerates debt payoff and helps consumers monitor their credit and make smarter

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6 Easy Steps We Used to Pay Off $50,000 of Debt

I can’t believe it’s been nearly 5 years since we paid off our last credit card. Really, time has been flying by. We’ve done a lot of stuff since breaking the chains of debt, and I’m

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How to Effectively Budget After Divorce

Debt is one of those things that we are all trying to avoid. Unfortunately, some circumstances make it much easier to fall deeper into debt instead of climbing out of it. Separation and divorce can easily

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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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Seriously, Stop Trying to Take the Easy Road

Today, I’m giving out a harsh reality check that most people need to hear. No matter if you’re in debt, looking to make more money, trying to save your hard earned cash, investing, or building

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How to Kick Financial Butt in the New Year

I hope your new year is getting off to an excellent start. If you’re anything like me, you have so many ideas running through your head and you use this time to plan out where you want to go.  Each

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Reach Financial Success This Year With These Money Tips

Another year down and a new one on the horizon. As with any year ending, we like to compile a wealth of information for you (our readers) in order to make your financial life a little easier in the

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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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How to Check on Your Financial Health

An annual check on your financial health is imperative to see where you stand if you are planning to make big purchases, such as a house or a car. Even if you aren’t planning to make any large purchases

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I Still Can’t Believe I Made This Money Mistake

It’s Monday and I think I am going to go a little personal today. The purpose of Debt Roundup is to show you that we are all human and we make mistakes. We also have to learn from those mistakes

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HERE ARE THE TOOLS I USED TO PAY OFF $75,000 AND GROW MY WEALTH

This guide will show you the tools and sites I used to get control of my finances. They can help anyone and without them, I might still be in a lot of debt.
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