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Level 3

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

I spend and don’t keep up with what I spend
Level 3

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

I already did
Ice
Level 3

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Medical, School loans, car, savings just doesn't cover expenses!

Level 2

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Thank you
Ap
Level 2

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Lifted straight off of Dave Ramsey, so please give credit where it's due.

 

I'd also like to include that you may want to tithe/give to charities. 

 

Also, cut WAY back on eating out/fast-food, etc. It's soooo expensive. You can make good, cheap, and even ready-to heat meals at home for "pennies."

Level 4

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

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Level 4

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

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Level 2

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

I used the app debt free. You list all your bills, ( cc, car payment, mortgage, etc) dates due, how much you owe, payment amount each month and it can generate reports on when you will be debt free! And it’s free!
EHD
Level 3

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Good ole' debt snowball!!

Level 6

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Carl's steps are the same a Dave Ramsey's Baby Steps.  Go figure.

Level 2

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Sorry but you did things completely wrong. You should look up Dave Ramsey. I’ve been debt-free for almost 3 years now so trust me, I know what I’m talking about.
AK3
Level 7

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Hello

Yes, desperation can send you in different directions,  It does it scary.. What you went through should have never happened. It would have better if you filed a Bankruptcy, 

FYI:  Call BBB... 

Level 3

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

For the record, in Step 9, "doubling" your house payment/mortgage simply means paying one month's additional "principle".  It doesn't mean you have to double the entire payment each month.   Most loans allow you to do this.  Check with your bank.  If they don't allow you to do this, get a different bank!  Plain and simple.  It really works.

Level 2

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

Your so called credit report has wrong information for me. It shows I have debt and a loan which is false. And Turbo Tax has screwed up my taxes three years in a row. BYE>

Level 3

Featured Discussion: Common Reasons You May Be in Debt

OK so I do have a car payment of 430.00 and I did have the money but its not where I put it..I don't loose things often but it gone! Other than that I don't believe I have any more debts. If I do I then I will find out. This my response back on this statement..Thank You! 😉