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Debt RoundUpfrom Debt RoundUp

There's No Wrong Way to Pay off Debt

Today I’m going to go over some of the basic “why’s” behind the different methods you can use to pay off #debt, as well as sharing the most important aspect of debt payoff. http://www.debtroundup.com/no-wrong-way-pay-off-debt/

GrowingSlowerfrom GrowingSlower

How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income

How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income - This is a very in-depth article on How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income from a frugal mom who has actually done it. You'll learn how to get out of debt even if you don't think it's possible, make a better budget, save money even when you're already living frugally, and find ways to earn extra money to throw at your debt. You'll also be inspired by more debt free stories of real families who are paying off their debt fast, even on a low…

Believe in a Budgetfrom Believe in a Budget

12 mistakes I made while paying off debt

here were plenty of dumb mistakes I made while paying off debt. Regardless, the story ends well and I paid off $7,661 in total debt while putting my hubby through school!

The Paleo Mamafrom The Paleo Mama

How We Paid Off More Than $27,000 of Debt in 6 Months...and Still Ate Paleo

How We Paid Off More Than $27,000 of Debt in 6 Months…Dave Ramsey method for paying off student loans! How to save for down payment on a home. Might be good to know someday.

Jessi Fearonfrom Jessi Fearon

How We Paid off $5,000 of Debt in One Month

We really did pay off just over $5,000 of debt in one month but it wasn't easy and this is definitely not something that will be possible every month, but slaying the debt monster is completely possible.

The College Investorfrom The College Investor

10 Ways to Kick Off Your Debt Pay-Off Plan

Are you tackling your debt in the upcoming year? If so, here are ten fantastic ways you can kick off your debt pay-off plan and start the New Year with a bang.

Six Figures Underfrom Six Figures Under

Maximizing Our Debt Repayment at the End of the Month

We used to just guess how much we could afford to pay toward our debt each month. Now, we budget every penny with YNAB at the beginning of the month and put every unspent penny toward debt at the end of the month. Come see how!

How to Nest for Less™from How to Nest for Less™

More Tips for Saving Money and Setting a Budget

More Tips for Saving Money and Setting a Budget. How we climbed out of $20,000 in credit card debt!