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Paying off debt? Celebrate in the middle

Wed, 08 Jun 2016 06:37:25 +0000

Paying off debt?  Give yourself a tangible reminder … Prudence Debt-Free recently posted on their fourth anniversary of debt reduction, and the numbers are impressive:  more than $150,000 of debt paid back in four years, which is about 60% of their total. They’re doing the slay-little-dragons-first method, getting rid of three debts in that time: […]

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No Credit Needed speeds up mortgage payback with micropayments

Mon, 24 Jun 2013 07:04:13 +0000

No Credit Needed, a long-time debt reduction blogging colleague, after having gotten rid of his non-mortgage consumer debt, has been chipping away at the big one: his home mortgage. He’s on track to pay off his 15-year fixed rate mortgage three years early, and is aiming to get it paid off five years early. They’re […]

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Girl Meets Debt is under $50k

Wed, 05 Jun 2013 06:18:55 +0000

Nice update from Girl Meets Debt.  The sum of her personal loan and student loan is now under $50,000! “I haven’t been under the $50k mark in years!!!” she exclaims. She admits that it’s tough to find the energy to stay on track with as much debt as that.  Judging by her numbers at the […]

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How not to ask for help with student loan debt

Tue, 04 Jun 2013 07:42:26 +0000

My main Twitter account was following by @Raising100k a few weeks ago. Apparently this guy’s in a bit of trouble.  He owes $100k in student loans, and has fallen on hard times.  Over half of this amount has been accelerated (called due early). Not good.  But, he has a solution:  beg. He’s set up a […]

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Save or pay off debt? See how much it costs

Tue, 12 Feb 2013 07:24:59 +0000

Saving money and paying down consumer debt are both great things to do. It’s very important to do them in the correct order and with the correct weighting, though.  My take is that saving an emergency fund of a reasonable amount should be done first. But once that emergency fund is in place, pay down […]

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Save or pay off debt? Depends on your emergency fund

Sun, 10 Feb 2013 07:20:44 +0000

If you’re in debt, especially consumer debt, it’s certainly very important to get out of debt.  The borrower is slave to the lender, after all. As good as getting out of debt is, though, faster isn’t always better.  If you’re paying down your debt so fast that you have absolutely no cushion in your savings […]

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How YNAB can put the magic back into the holidays

Thu, 27 Dec 2012 05:39:36 +0000

When I was in debt, I used to dread the holidays. They were costly, time consuming, and not fun at all. For a while, I thought that was just part of being an adult, but once I got my finances under control using YNAB, the holidays became magical again. For years, my husband and I […]

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Why wait until the first of the year to reduce debt?

Wed, 26 Dec 2012 04:13:23 +0000

The main event of the Christmas season has come upon us, and the new year is just around the corner. The new year and new year’s resolutions go hand in hand. Never mind that we regularly continue to break them before February has begun. A fresh calendar means a fresh start! Bog of Debt makes […]

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Get out of debt the same way you got into debt

Sun, 23 Dec 2012 06:05:41 +0000

Today I was going through my numerous Twitter e-mails and found Tackling Our Debt as a new blog to follow.  Their tag line on Twitter is: “We are a forty-something couple and we are learning how to tackle our debt and work our way to becoming debt-free forever.” After poking around on their blog for […]

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Four ways to accelerate your mortgage repayment

Thu, 20 Dec 2012 07:45:13 +0000

The idea behind accelerated mortgage repayment methods is the same for any debt reduction.  By paying down the balance faster than the minimum allowed by the terms and conditions of the loan, you’ll be saving money on interest. DINKs Finance weighs in with a number of tips for saving money on your mortgage.  Three of […]

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