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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
Description: Bradley Vinson from bradleyvinson.com explains what he feels is the most important step to debt freedom. H.O.P.E. for a life without financial stress. Hate debt Organize life Prioritize Engage with positive people
Episode 98: Can you Survive on a Teacher’s Salary? Feb 21, 2012. Today I interviewed Danny Kofke, author of How to Survive (and Perhaps Thrive) on a Teacher’s Salary (affiliate link). Danny is a wonderful voice of sanity in a … Continue reading
Episode 94: How and Why I Got Out of Debt: My Lame Story, Jan 24, 2012. Last week I was interviewed by Jon White on his Debt Free Living podcast about how my wife and I got out of debt … Continue reading
No Interest Loans Still Cost You Plenty It seems like every day I hear someone talking about how they got a great deal on something because they got 0% financing. 0% means it’s free money, right? Well, it sounds like … Continue reading
Episode 64: (Live Show) How to eliminate $65k of Debt in Two Years, June 14, 2011. We did another live show today and since we had so much fun, I think we’ll be doing them on a regular basis. Today … Continue reading
Here at the Financial Excellence Headquarters, we’re announcing a war on the status quo of our lives. We’re challenging everyone we know to do something totally weird and not use a credit card for an entire month. For some in … Continue reading
I will start my “get-out-of-debt-plan” when… A) I get the “big raise” B) Gas prices go down C) When the Sheriff arrives at my door to serve court papers D) Today Make the change today. Turn off the TV and … Continue reading
Financial Literacy question of the day. Our question today comes from the Enemy Of Debt ,Brad Chaffee, for Friday April 08: What is most important to you financially? A) Building retirement B) Become debt free for life C) Owning a … Continue reading