Get Out Of Debt

Dave Ramsey’s 7 baby steps have helped millions of readers and listeners improve their finances. Some experts disagree with some of the advice offered, but there’s no denying they have been instrumental in helping many people conquer their debt. Of course, if you find one of...

The current lifestyle of our society is based on a financial structure where everybody is carrying a certain amount of debt. Whether it be a mortgage, car loan or a credit card debt, almost all of us are worried about the due dates and payment deadlines...

Credit cards seem to be the easiest way to start your financial history and most of us have access to one, or several of them. They are essential in order to start credit history and the convenience of using them has overshadowed the fact that misusing...

Debt is an uncomfortable subject. Discussing our personal finances is somewhat taboo and acknowledging our debt can induce anxiety. According to Debt.org, American debt hit a record high of $13.2 trillion in 2018. While most of us have some form of debt, many people are unsure...

Climbing out of debt can feel like an insurmountable mountain. There are thousands of books, recommendations, reviews, and apparent expert answers out there. While there are many strategies for getting out debt, I'm going to share exactly what I learned paying down $80,000 in credit card,...

For most Americans, debt has become an unfortunate part of life. From student loans to credit cards, debt is more common today than ever before. Americans now have almost $1.5 trillion dollars in student loans to repay, with the average college graduate in 2016 having...

The first step to starting your financial independence journey is to escape living paycheck to paycheck. It's not as tough or as daunting as you think. In this post, I will share the exact strategy I used to escape living paycheck to paycheck. I saved $16,520...