I’m not going to lie — life on the other side of debt is amazing. But I can remember a time in the not-so-distant past when I was struggling with debt and financial stress daily. If I could hop in a View Post
Dealing With Credit Card Debt When You’re in Over Your Head
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Credit cards can be convenient tools to help you build your credit rating and make parts of your life more convenient, like booking travel. But credit cards are also easy to abuse. According to View Post
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If you are reading this, you are probably thinking to yourself, "This just isn't possible." Today, I hope that my story inspires you to take action in your own debt journey, to feel hope, and to View Post
How This Family Paid Off $100,000 of Debt in 26 Months
Today, I am sharing the first story in the Debt Free Inspiration Series. This is a great debt payoff story from Nicole Rule from The Greatest Worth. Nicole is the mother of four amazing kids who View Post
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This is article one of Part One of the "Conquering Debt Series." Nothing is more important than developing a long-term strategy when you are dealing with debt problems. A good plan might include View Post