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.

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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.

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10 Smart Ways to Become Debt Free

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It’s no secret, I am fascinated, encouraged, and border-line obsessed with debt freedom. The idea of becoming debt free makes me downright giddy. So I love to hear the success stories of others who have found debt freedom. What did they specifically do to become debt free?

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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! 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. Who initiated the debt free goal?

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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. How much debt did you pay off?

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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. worth of debt.

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? What inspired you to get debt free?

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. 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? Debt Free Stories

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. 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. What inspired you to get debt free?

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. What inspired you to get debt free?

Our 2017 Debt Freedom Plan Update

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As I reflect back to January 2016, I started that year pretty determined to pay off the balance of our non-mortgage debts. Unfortunately, we did not hit that goal and in part, have made some major changes to our Debt Freedom Plan. Our goal is still debt freedom.

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. 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 did you celebrate when you became debt free?

Do You Have a Debt Free Story that You’d Like to Share?

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Is your goal to be debt free? They’ve read our family’s Debt Freedom Plan ; we keep it on the refrigerator door. I love to read and hear stories from others who have become debt free. Tracy, a single mom who paid off over $40,000 in debt. . Are you Debt Free?

What Makes Me the Most ANGRY About Our Debt!

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Sometimes it takes pure anger to motivate a person to make a change. I’m a numbers gal and I love to play around with numbers, so this week as I was preparing our April budget I decided to calculate how much interest we are paying each month with our debt payments.

Our Debt Freedom Plan | Marriage & Money

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Prior to FPU, we thought we were doing well financially and never considered that we had too much debt. We didn’t have credit card debt, we paid off our car notes early, and the interest rate on the student loan was at a low 2.75%, so we thought we were doing okay.

Update #1: Our Debt Freedom Plan

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Back in March I wrote about my family’s Debt Freedom Plan. Our plan is going to take us several years and I think celebrating will motivate us when the going gets long and tough.

Our Big Financial Goal for 2016

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As God is my witness, it WILL be the year that we pay off the last of our non-mortgage debt. At the time, we had 4 business loans and 1 student loan that were weighing on us, so we created our Debt Freedom Plan. Apply any Found Money to Debt. Do you want to eliminate debt too?

5 Essential Money Tips for Newlyweds

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Get to the Bottom of Your Money Motivations. First of all, it’s important to get to the bottom of your money motivations. Whether you want to pay off debt or save for retirement or get a new TV, you have to be in agreement on the big stuff.

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The Prairie Eco-Thrifter Giveaway Extravaganza: 2nd Anniversary with an iPad 3 and over $200 Cash To Be Won Plus a Bonus Prize

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While many personal finance sites focus on things such as getting out of debt, saving for retirement, and investing, what really matters to me the most is how we can live healthy prosperous lives. There are times when I have lost my motivation and wanted to just quit.

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

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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. Meet The Achievers: Deacon and his wife paid off $52,000 in debt in 18 months.

What Money Advice Would You Give Yourself If You Could Go Back in Time

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Me from 15 years ago would get an earful about what not to do, and advice on budgeting and saving and staying out of debt. By then, I was married, raising a toddler, our family was paying down debt and I was practicing much better financial discipline.

Yakezie Carnival – Credit Cards Edition

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The Debt Princess: The Kool-Aid Effect: The Relationship Between the Poor & Nutrition – A look into how the working poor are eating unhealthy. Those are all great ideas, but one company is taking it a step further to help motivate us.

Take Control of YOUR Money in 2016

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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’m back! And ready to rock the new year.

Carnival of Personal Finance #316- Family Edition

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Philip from Deliver Away Debt shares his story: How I Delivered Away My Debt. mbhunter from Mighty Bargain Hunter asks Are you contributing to this debt clock? Some people find themselves buried under student loan debt with little chance of ever paying it off.

Setting Financial Goals: Make Them Smart and Simple

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Those who just go along, hoping for the best, are usually the ones who struggle financially or get themselves into too much debt. This helps to keep you motivated. A time-frame keeps you motivated and allows you to measure how you’re tracking.

6 Ways Regular Exercise Can Improve Your Life

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Improve Your Health With The Help Of A Better Schedule Natural Ways to Energize Yourself Motivate Yourself to Get Moving Get Out of Debt…Sleep Debt That Is 6 Proven Tips for How to Get More Sleep. We all know that exercise is good for us.

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And, unfortunately, sapped some of the motivation and joie de vivre from my life. When will I start to see a real difference in my student loan debt? I'm not just ignoring the fact that the interest is accruing and digging me deeper in debt, as I did for the ten years after I graduated.

Totally Money Blog Carnival #18 – 6 Ways to Save Money Edition

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I did this yeas ago when I was in debt and it made paying off the debt a reality. Tax Debt Help presents Savers Tax Credit: Get Rewarded for Retirement. We have something similar in Canada and it definitely motivates you to save.

Look 3 Feet In Front Of You, Not 3 Miles

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Stay motivated. It can be difficult to stay motivated. Read a motivational book. You can even search the internet for motivational quotes or videos on YouTube. I’ve done this quite often for an extra boost of motivation.

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Amazon: Dave Ramsey’s EntreLeadership eBook Only $1.99!

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If you’re at all responsible for your company’s success, you can’t just be a hard-charging entrepreneur or a motivating, encouraging leader. Right now Amazon has Dave Ramsey’s EntreLeadership eBook on sale for only $1.99 (reg. $26)!

How to Stop Feeling Guilty about Spending Money

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Some of the guilt has to do with the fact that you might not have a lot of money, or that you might be trying to get rid of debt. How to Make Your Budget Work for You The Spending Plan Mentality Identify Your Money Motivations Three Reasons I Prefer Experiences to Things Financial Success: It’s Not Always About Your Income. #168955103 / gettyimages.com. Have you ever felt guilty about spending money? I know that I used to feel guilty when I spent money.

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10 Reasons You’re Broke

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Sure you know you are in debt over your head. So you continue to get further in debt as you continue to spend. What is the one thing you are refusing to give up that would help you pay off your debt? Be very clear of your motives before buying something.

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Money and Marriage – How To Get And Stay On The Same Track and $999.99 Giveaway

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You are married, you are each individually responsible for the other guy’s debts if they were incurred during the marriage! The joining of two lives in marriage is not an easy or fast task.

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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. I like to bake cookies, and I like to budget. If you’ve ever wanted to find a way to make either activity enjoyable, I’ll share my secrets.

How Pinterest Can Save You Money

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The cheap, easy projects I choose bolster my motivation and confidence to one day tackle even larger ventures. Don’t forget to enter to win an iPad 3 here at PET.

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Graduates – Use Summer to Learn How to Avoid College Fail Points

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” You don’t, after all, want to spend 4 years sinking into credit card debt and then have to dig your way out while trying to start your career. In Why Your Freshman Year In College Will NOT Be 13th Grade the author noted that students, even though highly motivated, financially secure, academically prepared and actively engaged joined in the 32% of all freshmen enrolled in American colleges and universities who drop out before their sophomore year.

My Story of Losing 100 Pounds and Keeping It Off For More Than 3 Years: Part 2

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When I last left off in part one of my 100+ pound weight loss story, I was explaining that what finally motivated me to lose the weight was a passage I read in an employment book. This post was written by Chris. Part II.

Start Small; Dream Big: Achieving Financial Security From Small Beginnings

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This dream motivates you to put in the effort. She got rid of her credit card debt using this.” “Start small; Dream big” , wrote Robert Kiyosaki in “ Rich Dad Poor Dad ”.

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Remember, Slow and Steady Wins the Race

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Ask yourself : Do you start saving or paying off debt with a superhuman resolve- determined to avoid all temptation- only to fall off the wagon and give up hope in a matter of a few days? When it comes to debt, start off with a payment that allows you to still pay off your monthly bills.

I Exercised at Home for 25 Years and So Can You!

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Feel Superior – Stay Motivated. One Thanksgiving I noticed they were having a Turkey Trot so I joined up to do that the next year – it was a 5K so that motivated me to ‘train’ even more. Get Out of Debt…Sleep Debt That Is.