Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hit The Brakes – Get Real About Your Debt

This article is step 2 of the Hit The Brakes – Get Real series.  I encourage you to read step 1 – Get Real About Your Expenses. In this series, we’ll examine ways to stop adding to current debt balances, … Continue reading

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Hit The Brakes – Get Real About Your Expenses

Being in debt stinks.  For real. I know.  For years I lived with credit card and automobile debt, worried and frustrated.  So, one day, I decided to do something about my debt. I hit the brakes. I stopped – took … Continue reading

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Mortgage Payoff Progress for October 2012 with Chart

It has been quite some time since I last updated you guys on our mortgage reduction progress.  First, a couple of reminders: My wife and I have a conventional 15-year mortgage and we recently reduced our interest rate.  Our September … Continue reading

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