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How to Achieve Your Financial Goals (tips from the achievers)

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Wonder what sets you apart from the people that seem to crush their financial goals? They pay off mountains of debt and scream about debt freedom, or maybe they save gobs of money in a record amount of time, or they have considerable success with their new small business. with their goals. These folks didn’t corner the market on goal success either, instead they just got the task DONE. His 2017 goal is to make $100,000 in online income.

Meet Jackie. She and Her Husband Paid off $147,000 in Debt | Debt Free Stories

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Welcome to Debt Free Stories. She and her husband paid off $147,000 in debt–including their home. After paying off the debt, she was able to quit her job to pursue her passion. She blogs at The Debt Myth. Quitting my job is one of the things being debt free has enabled us to do. If you want to become debt free, I’m here to tell you it is TOTALLY worth all the time, effort, and frustration. How much debt did you pay off?

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Meet Tracy, a Single Mom Who Paid Off $41,587 | Debt Free Stories

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Welcome to Debt Free Stories. She paid off $41,587 in debt in 14 months! My daughter and I are gluten free due to celiac and changing to a healthy grain free sugar free way of cooking has become a big passion of mine over the last couple of years. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? What inspired you to get debt free? I was inspired to get debt free for 2 main reasons: 1.

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How Angela & Jeff paid off $58,000 of Debt in 2 Years

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I watched her and her husband’s debt free scream on The Dave Ramsey Show. You can find Angela at her You Tube channel, Our Life…on a Budget , where she vlogs about getting out of debt and staying there! Angela & Jeff’s Debt Free Story. We’re typical Canadians that spend most of our free time in the fall and winter months inside arenas. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? worth of debt.

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Create your debt freedom plan

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Many years ago, my husband and I faced what we thought was an insurmountable hurdle– six figures of non-mortgage debts. Stressed out, we ventured into Dave Ramsey’s online Financial Peace University home course for help. But Dave Ramsey’s view of debt is very different.

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Find out how Charissa and Her Husband Paid Off $7665 of Debt and Cash Flowed College

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Charissa. I am a free-lance sign language interpreter, putting my husband through engineering school by paying cash. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? We started paying it off when we got married and became debt free just shy of our second anniversary. What inspired you to become debt free? They didn’t like debt, and as I grew up, neither did I. Debt Free Stories

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2019 Debt Freedom Plan Update

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Our Debt Freedom Plan has been a long winding road. The journey started in 2012 when we bought an office building for our business and then found ourselves with a lot of debt and not enough cash flow. To ease my anxiety about our new loans, we took the Financial Peace University home course and it changed how we thought about debt. From what we learned in the course, we wrote our Debt Freedom Plan. Our 2019 Financial Goal. 5 Steps to Crush Debt.

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My #SavingsPledge Goal

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I encouraged you to build an emergency fund or pay down debt with your savings. My goal is to save as much money as I can this fall. That’s my goal. I don’t know if it’s attainable in a few short months but having this lofty goal has me determined to save. If you thought my goal was lofty, you should cheek out some of theirs: Merissa at Little House on the Prairie Living is working towards saving to build a new home.

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