We will help you strategize how to pay off your debts using the debt snowball technique...
If you’ve got debt, you’re not alone. Debt creates stress you and you are not alone. Almost three out of four Americans say they’re burdened with debt. So, yeah—debt is common. But you don’t have to be part of that majority if you don’t want to be. You can get ahead of your money instead of feeling behind.
Let us guide you on how to pay off using a technique that will help you, you'll thank yourself for all the money saved on interest payments to the banks and credit card companies.
The debt is gone. Bye-bye, debt. Talk to you never.
Now, you’re going to build up an emergency fund so it’s strong enough to stand up against bigger problems, like job loss due to a pandemic. Figure out how much money you’d need to live for three to six months if your regular income went away. (If you’re a one-income household, aim for that “six months of expenses” mark. Two-income households can go for three.) Save up that amount, and store it in a high-interest savings or money market account with check-writing privileges so you can get to it if you need to.
Do you have bigger goals? Do you want to buy a house? Open up a business?
Now it’s time to grow your wealth beyond your wildest dreams
Though they won’t seem as wild anymore because you’re going to reach them. And when you do, you’ll not only be living like no one else, you’ll be in a position to give like no one else.
Your money won’t be tied up in debt or mortgages or worry. It’ll be free to share with your favorite charities or your church. You can be in a position of easy generosity. What a beautiful feeling this will be.