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 Krista & Jon Who Paid Off $36,000 | Debt Free Stories

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Welcome to Debt Free Stories! They paid off $36,000 in debt and cash flowed graduate school. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? After graduating with our bachelor’s degrees Jon and I had about $36,000 in debt between us. With tuition payments and debt payments we spent about $60,395 between January 2012 and March 2014 when we became completely debt free with two bachelor’s and two master’s degrees between us.

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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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Meet Amanda & Daniel. They Paid Off $68,000 in Debt in 8 Months.

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Amanda & Daniel. Together they blog about becoming debt free and location independence in order to serve the world at Life with a Mission. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? We paid off $68,000 of debt in eight months. The debt included about $30,000 in student loans, some medical debt, IRS debt, and a small amount on a credit card. Paying off debt can be done!

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How this Couple Eliminated $180,000 of Debt in 12 Months!

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The segment was so inspiring that I reached out to her to see if she would participate in the Debt Free Stories series. She hosts a You Tube channel, The Former Mrs. Jones , where she vlogs about budgeting, debt free living, and family life. Meet the Former Mrs. Jones: Her Debt Free Story. He has paid a price to win with hard work and sacrifice to reach his goals, and I truly admire him for that. How much debt did you pay off?

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Jen & Her Husband Paid off $212,000 in Debt & Medical Expenses in 48 Months

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Jen. In my roles as a motivational storyteller, engaging Amazon Top 100 author, and Internet radio show host, I am passionate about motivating, encouraging, and inspiring people overcome their obstacles to become their greatest selves. My family and I are most known for paying off over $212,000 worth of debt and medical expenses in four years. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it?

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Meet Carrie. She Paid Off $14,000 in Debt in 14 Months.

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Carrie. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? After my first marriage fell apart, I ended up with over $14,000 of consumer debt, made up of a car loan and credit cards. It took just over a year (14 months to be exact) before I paid off all my debts and became debt free! What inspired you to get debt free? Who initiated the debt free goal?

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Find out how Jessica paid off $56,000 of student loans, credit cards, and a car loan.

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Jessica. She owns Every Single Dollar , an online financial resource dedicated to helping single women make informed financial decisions and set themselves up for financial success. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? I had $56,000 of debt when I decided to become debt free. What inspired you to get debt free? How they sacrificed to win financially.

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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Find out How Drew & Farrah Paid off $200k of debt, including their HOME

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So I’m thrilled to bring you today’s story, because I actually watched this couple’s debt free scream when it was live on the show. Drew & Farrah’s Debt Free Story. We obviously love Dave Ramsey and financial teachings so we help to teach those classes at our church one night a week. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? What inspired you to get debt free? Debt Free Stories

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Find out how Deacon & his Wife Paid off $52,000 of Debt in 18 Months

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Today’s Debt Free Story is from Deacon. He is a financial coach and blogs at Well Kept Wallet. I own two different business, Phoenix SEO Company which helps businesses get on the first page of Google and Well Kept Wallet which is a Financial Education company. How much debt did you pay off? What kind of debt was it? We paid off $52,000 in consumer debt. It consisted of student loans, a car loan and even some credit card debt.

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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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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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Take Control of YOUR Money in 2016

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We have new financial goals for this year. While we made considerable headway in 2015 with reducing our debts, we missed our goal of paying off a loan by the end of the year. So in 2016, I will continue to share our journey to pay off our debt. Debt Freedom Plan Updates. I’ll elaborate on this soon, but in the mean time, here is our Debt Freedom Plan. What are your financial goals for 2016? Financial Freedom

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A Sweeter Way to Cook Your Budget

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Do you want to be debt free? Once you’ve made some financial goals that motivate and inspire you, try and put dollar amounts around them. Once your financial goals and costs are set, now you add in your income and expenses. If you set goals that are important to you, you’ll find it much easier to make cuts to your expenses or motivate you to find new ways to earn more money. Cooking to Financial Success Andi B.

Take Control of Your Money in 2015

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My husband and I make some financial goals at the start of every year. Most of them are related to our small business, my husband’s chiropractic office, but last January I got a bee in my bonnet about debt…thank you, Dave Ramsey. I tricked …nudged my husband into following along and together we wrote out our Debt Freedom Plan. This is the year that we will be very intense about paying off our debt. Debt Free Stories. New year.

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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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