the human method i use for paying off debt

Episode #2 – The “Human” Method I Use For Paying Off Debt

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In this Facebook live episode I talk about the system I use to pay off debt which I think is a much more “human” way to do it!

It fits in with my life and allows me to still do all the things I want to do! Debt destroys lives, and knowing this motivates me to help others to get out of debt once and for all.

There’s no room for shame here. We need to get ANGRY!

Paying off debt is one of the ways in which you can improve your net worth – this is the number you need to track to be aware of your progress and how close you are to your retirement targets.

Your money is a fine balance between having liabilities and having assets – the fewer liabilities you owe, the better it is for your wealth. Paying off debt is the first step (but by no means the only one).

Learn the system and move on with your life, safe in the knowledge that your debt will be paid off, given enough time

Every month I keep a tally of how much debt we’re paying off as a community. To join in and submit your monthly total, email me: [email protected] – we’re aiming to smash £50,000 by the end of the year!!

Anyway, on with the video!

You can watch here:

Or you can listen here:

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Free Debt E-Book

Stepchange – free debt advice

Money Advice Service – How to prioritise your debts

Free Plum Account (Affiliate Link)

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Just quickly!

 Before you carry on:


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