Pay Off Debt Together

What Debt Will You Conquer in 2012?

There’s been a slight change for one of our 2012 financial goals. I know it’s only the first month, but I feel like I should adjust it to reflect a new opportunity. As regular readers know, we have one student loan between us and its our only non-mortgage debt left. Right now we’re paying around $150/month. Per our […]

How to Consolidate and Refinance Your Student Loans

This is a money saving tip for the 50/50 Challenge. Today’s tip is simple – look into getting your student loans consolidated and refinanced. Student loans can be a big monthly burden. The average student loan debt from a 4 year public college is just over $20,000. If you’re struggling to pay them and if the circumstances […]

What Would You Do If You Were Debt Free?

Looking at winning some money to reach your goal sooner? Enemy of Debt and Life Insurance Finder the life insurance comparison experts have partnered up have teamed up to offer the $500 Debt Free Bucket List Giveaway. Since I love competitions, I signed up for it by sharing my own bucket list. My Debt Free Bucket List Some […]

Introducing The Amazing How to Get Out of Debt Calculator

Every single day I help people for free to find good solutions for problem debt. Not long ago I was talking with some friends and it occurred to me there was no one single tool people could use to better understand all of their options to tackle their debt. Why not? So in collaboration with […]

Need Help with Your Student Loan Payments?

Having trouble with your student loan payments? Here are three crucial options to get you back on track! Student loans can be a huge burden, especially when your income drops either because of cut backs or getting laid off. If you’re in such a situation, here are some ways you can stay afloat with your loans. […]

How Much Debt Have We’ve Paid Off?

It’s been an interesting few years since my husband and I started dating. One of the biggest change has been our finances. We’ve managed to pay down our debt, save for emergencies and mutual goals, and bought a house. I’m really proud of what we’ve achieved with reducing our debt. To give you an idea of the progress that […]

Our Debt Free Strategy

As I mentioned last week, it would be a good time to jump start acting on a financial goal and motivate each other to accomplish it. This month would be perfect to get a jump-start on  getting out of debt. It’s never too late to get started on your money goals  and I think by […]

Pay Off One Debt This Month

It’s already April and I can not believe how quickly the year is going.   I was inspired by accomplishing one of my 2010 financial goals and consolidating my student loans. The process of actually doing it took about 15-20 minutes.  Even though it was something quick, it will have a big impact on our […]