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Episode 57: Real Life Financial Case Study with Financial Coach Steve Stewart, April 27, 2011. This week (as we promised several weeks ago) we are airing our guest appearance on the Money Plan SOS podcast with fellow coach Steve Stewart. … Continue reading
If you were to pass away while in debt would your… A) Debt be forgiven B) Heirs be responsible for the debt C) Estate be responsible for the debt D) Dreams of being Debt Free finally be “realized” Here’s the … Continue reading
Episode 54: How to kill credit card debt fast: Do balance transfers work? April 6, 2011. Today we answer a question from the mailbag about how to eliminate credit card debt more quickly and whether balance transfers are effective for … Continue reading
Jeff from DeliverAwayDebt.com provides us with the Financial Literacy Question for Tuesday April 5th: Question: What is the fastest way out of debt? A) Debt Consolidation B) Work a 2nd job C) Enter into a debt management program Here is … Continue reading
Episode 43: Life after Debt (what to do once you’re debt free). Jan 19, 2011. We usually spend a lot of time talking about how to get out of debt and the steps you should take when you have debt. … Continue reading
Peter Schiff comments on our government’s plan to spend more money to fix a spending crisis. Find more funny money videos at financialexcellence.net
In 2007, total consumer debt was $2.5 trillion. Consumer overall indebtedness (including mortgages) increased from $1.4 trillion to $11.5 trillion from 1980 to 2005. Find more fun facts and statistics about money at financialexcellence.net.
Living In Financial Excellence Episode 16: Saying “No” so later you can say “Yes” July 14, 2010. Janelle returns to the studio to talk about how we’ve sacrificed over the years in order to win with money. It all starts … Continue reading
I’ll be the first one to say that debt is no laughing matter but this is pretty funny. Comedian Tim Clue relays what all too many of us are going through with our debt.