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Browsing Tag: paying off debt
With rising interest rates and high inflation, it seems like almost everyone is talking about debt. It has also become a normal part of life to have a mortgage, car loan, student loan and maybe a credit card or two that aren’t paid off. However, living with debt can be a heavy burden, impacting your financial stability and overall well-being. It is possible to eliminate your debt and pave the way towards a brighter financial future. Let’s dig in so you can regain control of your finances, reduce stress, and create a solid foundation for long-term financial success.
It’s been a wonderful first summer debt free. It’s brought growth, planning, and fun. We’ve gotten into a groove with the new budget and figured out the things we want to put our extra dollars into for the rest of the year. There were many lessons we learned while paying off debt, but one in particular has prominently transferred into this time as well. It’s the lesson of delayed gratification.