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Paying off debt is Money Bliss Step #4.
Why isn’t paying off debt the first priority?
Very simple…you need to follow the Money Bliss Steps in order to succeed with money.
When we paid off $53,000 in debt, it didn’t happen until we focused on one thing at a time. Before that, we were struggling trying to make ends meet and never finding success. Thankfully, that changed and we are debt free today.
If you ultimate goal is just to payoff debt, then you will be caught in the debt trap once again. Learn the Money Bliss Steps for Financial Freedom.
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Pay off debt today, so you can live your life. These words get thrown around – Debt Snowball vs. Debt Avalanche. Snowball vs. avalanche. Does that mean anything to you? Don’t worry; there are examples below. The average HOUSEHOLD has over $90,000 of debt (as of March 2016). That is credit card, auto loan, and student loan debt.
I have always been a lover of gaining more knowledge. However, the way of learning didn’t matter to me – school, books, projects, trail and error. It was the end goal of learning something new. So, when I got a chance to review Amanda Kintz’s newly released book “Dirt Cheap Adult – a Millennial’s Guide
Debt snowball method is a wildly popular way to pay off debt. It has helped millions of people pay off their debt, which is great. However, it may not be the best method to actually pay off debt in the end. Wait… Isn’t the debt snowball the only way to pay off debt? That is
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