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Category Archives: Beating Debt
A friend of mine sent me the following today. I’ve seen it before on Facebook and a few other places online but it’s worth sharing again. It breaks down this whole fiscal cliff nonsense into laymen’s terms so it’s easier … Continue reading
For the past six months now I have had the pleasure of being able to interview debt free individuals and couples on the Debt Free Living Podcast. So far I have released about 20 episodes and it amazes me how … Continue reading
Brad Chaffee from EnemyOfDebt.com offers some great advice for those who are falling behind on debt payments and considering bankruptcy. The Pro-rata Method can keep creditors off your back and help you avoid future judgments, or the execution of a judgment because … Continue reading
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In today’s financial literacy video, José Figueroa from Figueroa Financial Counseling in DFW (www.figueroafinancial.com) shares some great advice about emergency funds. Continue reading
Travis Pizel from Our Journey To Zero shares 4 ways to communicate about money in a relationship and how it is helping them pay off $100,000 in credit card debt (OUCH!): Continue reading
The debate on credit cards vs. all cash lifestyle Lately it seems like I end up in a lot of conversations about the use of credit cards and whether or not you should use them. In one corner, you have … Continue reading
Whether you realize it or not, you already have a debt free date. Whether you are already on a plan to pay everything off or you aren’t even paying attention, you are already on a path to becoming debt free … Continue reading
In October 2010, a group of 33 miners were trapped 2,000 feet underground in Chile. They were stuck there for over two months before a rescue team was able to drill a new shaft to get them on an elevator ride out of the hole.
As I watched that situation unfold on the news, I noticed something interesting. Continue reading