Debt Management

Ahhhh the most dreaded financial word, DEBT! While debt is made out to be the enemy of wealth building, it will most likely play a key role in your financial success. To make sure you remain financially healthy, it is important to understand how much debt you have and how long it will take you to pay it off. These posts will help you understand how debt works, how much debt is too much debt, and how to set up a plan to pay it off.

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Is All Debt Bad? The Debt Myth Debunked

Debt sucks. It eats away at huge chunks of the hard-earned money coming into your bank account every month and festers in the back of your mind. With mounting student loan debt, more and more young people are entering the workforce with colossal student loan payments and lower than expected salaries. Being burdened by this debt so early on in adulthood has birthed the debt freedom movement and made debt the financial villain for many young people. But is all debt actually bad?

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Why Paying Off Your Loans Early is Dumb

A whopping 80% of Americans are in debt, and many are working as hard as they can to pay off their loans as quickly as possible. While trying to become debt-free and pay off your loans early is a popular sentiment in the personal finance community, it’s an incredibly dumb piece of financial advice. Here’s why.

Are You Afraid You’ll Be in Debt Forever?!

Chances are, you’re in debt. And you aren’t alone. 80% of Americans have debt and are in the same boat as you. Many of these people also fear that they will be in debt for the rest of their lives. But I’m going to let you in on a secret about debt.


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