11 Questions to Ask Yourself About Money

Are your finances headed in the right direction? Here are 11 questions to ask yourself about money to help you find out.

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Stories About Getting Out of Debt

21+ Motivational Stories About Getting Out of Debt

Learn how 21+ individuals and families attacked their debt and came out on top.

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Best Things to Sell Online to Generate Some Cash Flow

If you’re struggling to build your emergency fund or pay off debt, selling some of your stuff can help you kick start your financial plan. Find out the best places to sell your stuff.

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Budgeting For The Holidays Needs to Happen Early

Budgeting for the holidays can be tough. It’s sometimes very reactionary. Use these tips to help make budgeting for the holidays much easier.

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How Long Will It Take To Eliminate Your Debt? Use This Get Out of Debt Calculator and Find Out

One of the biggest hurdles that people face while eliminating their debt is the commitment that it takes. For most of you, eliminating your debt isn’t going to be some stroll in the park. It’s going to take time. Things are gonna have to change. You and your family will have to learn to live without some…

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Debt Elimination

Debt Elimination – What’s Your Battle Plan?

Not only does being in debt suck in a general sense, but it also sucks your money away in the form of interest payments. Debt elimination should be one of your top financial goals. If you’ve finally come to that same conclusion (and I hope you have), you’re probably itching to get started attacking your…

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How Much Is That Debt Costing You?

Have you had that “holy crap!” moment regarding your debt? You know, it’s that point where you say, “What the %#!& have I been doing?” If you have, I’m hoping that you’ve taken the steps to start attacking your debt like crazy. If you haven’t had that moment, I want to get you to utter that phrase…

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Monitoring Your Checking Account Balance Is NOT a Method of Budgeting

You walk up to the ATM and put in your bank card. After entering your PIN number, you hit the “Balance Inquiry” button. The receipt spits out, you grab it and read that there’s $925 left in your checking account. You say to yourself, “OK, I have $925 left in my account and that needs…

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Fatten Up The Piggy Bank Before Attacking Your Debt

When you finally came to the realization that your debt was out of control, I bet you were pretty angry. That’s understandable. After that anger subsided, the eagerness to start eliminating your debt came next. You probably said, “I’m never letting debt intrude on my financial life again”. That’s a powerful statement and something that…

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5 Simple Techniques to Energize Your Savings Today

Why do Americans find is so hard to save money? Two years ago, it was said that the average American only saved about 3.6% of their disposable income. That is even after the so-called “Great Recession” forced many to save more than they ever had before due to fears of job loss, etc. In fact, it…

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