I worked hard to pay off my car loan in half the time, my student loans in two years, and the only debt I have left is my mortgage. That is something my friend Steve Stewart and I don’t have in common. As of next week, he is completely debt free. In celebration of his mortgage payoff, […]
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David Rubenstein started his career as a big firm lawyer, but decided that life wasn’t for him. He now works for himself and also runs a credit and credit card forum thanks to a longtime love for personal finance. Learn how he escaped the 9-5 life and got started with his credit forums side hustle in
Whether you are living under a mountain of debt or completely debt free, making good spending choices is important. If you struggle to prioritize or feel like you’re having trouble making ends meet, take the challenge at the end of this episode to get on track to reach your goals!
Debt sucks! The payments can cripple your ability to buy a home, travel, or even pay for the basics like rent and groceries. If you want to dig out of that giant pile of debt, start with this list of major to-dos, including creating a debt snowball payoff plan.