Are your debts causing stress and you want a normal life? Do you struggle every month just trying to make the minimum payments on your credit cards? Do you really want to achieve debt free living?
It’s so easy in today’s life style to get caught up in the “charge it” philosophy. You see your friends and acquaintances driving that new car or buying a very large house with new furniture. You think to yourself, if they can do it, so can I. What you don’t see is your friend’s , large mortgage, car loan, and several maxed out credit cards used to furnish that new house.
The average American is used to living with debt. Credit cards are used to buy things we don’t need, car loans for seven years because we like a luxury vehicle. Larger homes than View full post…
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The economy in the United States for the past several years, has shown no sign of improvement. In addition to that, American families have been in a buy now, pay later habit. If we want to experience debt free living, some drastic changes in our spending habits need to be in made.
Many of us spend more than we earn, and have no hesitation in taking out a credit card when we see some item that we want. Overall debt is on the increase and many contemplate bankruptcy to get out of their financial difficulty.
So many others live on the financial edge and barely exist from paycheck to paycheck, letting credit card debt fill in the gaps. Folks, this insanity must come to a screeching halt. If we want to stop this perpetual wallowing in debt, and enjoy a debt free living life style, then we have to do a serious assessment of our financial habits.
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