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Issa another debt update! If you’re a regular around here you know that I’ve been paying off debt for awhile. In the beginning of July I had $5,777 worth of debt left to pay off well today I have another update for you. I now have $4,685 worth of debt left to pay! #inserttwerkhere
You may feel this way and I get it because i’ve been there. It’s hard to stay dedicated when you have a debt balance of $40,000 left to pay off. However don’t get discouraged every dollar counts. Even if right now it doesn’t seem that way you are making progress. I paid off my debt one dollar at a time.
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One thing I did different with my debt this month than previous months is I used $300 that was sitting in my Brokerage account and transferred this money into my bank account to be used for my debt. Since being let go from my job I haven’t been investing like I use to. I’m not one of those money bloggers who’s going to advise putting every single dime you have towards your debt, because I believe in balance. More details in the video above.
It was important for me to invest, save and pay off debt while on this debt free journey. If you’re interested in what are the best accounts to house your money in that’s exactly what I’ll be teaching next month in The Young Yet Wise Society so if you want to know more be sure to check it out!
Also if you’re interested in booking a private one on one money coaching session with me to help you create a budget or pay off debt or if you just want to chat about your money goals because you’re feeling overwhelmed you can check out my affordable packages here.
Hope you have a great rest of your day and remember if you have a ton of debt left to pay off don’t get discouraged just keep going any extra bit of money counts.
-Your personal finance friend that wants you to win this year and beyond
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