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Americans Love Debt Again: Consumer Credit Card Spending Surges by $8.8 Billion

Consumers seem to have forgotten their lesson that debt is not their friend. In what might be a positive sign for the economy that consumer spending is increasing, the April data from the Federal Reserve isn’t good news for those … Continue reading

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Debt Snowflake Giveaway

Most people who are trying to get their personal finances in order are well aware of the debt snowball. This is basically a way to pay down your debt in a quick and efficient way. What less people are aware … Continue reading

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Snowflaking: 30 Ways to Snowflake Your Debt Away

Most people that have decided to take control of their finances and reduce their debt have come across at least one of the various debt snowball methods. Basically, creating a debt snowball is a way to arrange one’s debt so … Continue reading

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Debt Snowball: 5 Options

For anyone trying to get out of debt, the debt snowball method has become the choice of many to tackle their debt. This shouldn’t be a surprise as it is a straightforward and easy to follow method that works. While … Continue reading

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Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University Review: Week 4

This is a series of posts about what you will find in Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University course. This is week four (week one — week two and week three) This week’s lesson focused on getting out of debt. We’re … Continue reading

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