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I want nothing more than to pay off my student loan debt so that I can live simply & travel extensively.

Love the separate accounts and paying off small debts first (although I'd go with the higher percentage rates!) I enjoy reading articles/blogs on money saving tips! #savings

  • Tegan Matthews

    The thing with paying off smaller debts first is give you more "successes" sooner. My husband and I paid off over 50k in about 18 months and believe me, it's better to have smaller wins than worry about interest rates! :) Good luck!

Live off of 70% of your paycheck. 10% goes to tithing (to whichever non-profit) 10% goes to wealth/investing account 10% goes to 'debt accelerator' account (add this on when you do your war on debt) 70% is for bills and such.

  • Jumie O.

    The inability to apply the principle of tithing to your personal or business finances is definitely the devil's plan to keep you enslaved to money, and keep you working hard for money instead of having money work for you. The truth is God promises to supply and provide all our needs according to his grace and mercy if we trust him. Have you placed your trust in LOC's and credit cards to meet your day to day needs. Stop deceiving yourself its a poor strategy that will live you broke and bitter.

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Save all of your pocket change and deposit it on the first day of the month into your emergency fund!

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