Posts Tagged ‘eliminate’

Debt Spending

Posted: November 10, 2015 in Debt
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Attempting to eliminate debt with increased debt spending is like being in a hole and then digging the hole bigger in order to get out.

Perhaps you find yourself in a similar situation many Americans find themselves in, overwhelmed with a high level of debt and an increasing frustration on how to eliminate it.  The worst part of the whole situation is that you are most likely sick and tired of trying to overcome it by yourself; mentally drained from thought and worry.

These same irritations were true about my life.  I was simply fatigued from studying my debt, searching for a way out of what seemed to be an insurmountable situation.  Of course, there were various strategies available; experts explaining how to get out of debt.  Through my research, I began to realize the problem with many of these was the unknown.  No one could tell you how much money needed to be applied to different debts, what happens when your income fluctuates, but most importantly how long it would take to be debt free.  To me, the faster the better.

Finally, I came across a service that answered all of these questions and were specific to my financial situation.  It specifically provided the path to not only reduce debt, but build wealth.  A strategic interest-cancellation system, it puts your money to work for you using enhanced calculations.  To date, it has saved me $19,000 with the potential to save another $15,000.  I have been happy with the results.

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The Preferred Cost

Posted: December 30, 2011 in Money Matters
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When it comes to the cost of a thing, the question isn’t whether to pay a cost, but which cost will be paid.  No matter how a person pays for an item, there is an associated cost.  This being true, the most important consideration is to determine which is the least expensive alternative.  If a house has no insulation, there is a cost to insulate the house, but it is still less expensive than not having the insulation.  With debt, there is a cost to eliminate it, but an even greater cost in doing nothing.