Even though it’s about 13 years ago, I remember being stressed at times when planning our wedding. Just like we heard at the top of the show, as soon as you announce your engagement it can feel like you’re being swarmed with questions about the big day. But as much as your loved ones mean […]
After all the prep, sweat, and tears, the first episode of the Couple Money Podcast is up!
For the premiere show it’s all about debt, specifically getting out of debt faster and getting rid of massive amounts of debt.
Paying Off Your Debt Faster
The guest on today’s episode is Brian from Debt Discipline. He and his wife have managed to pay off $100,000 in debt while raising their three kids.
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For listeners looking to get more information and resources to get rid of their debt, here are the links to what we mentioned on the episode.
- Couple Money: My personal finance site focusing on building net worth together by living on one income and having fun with the second.
- Personal Capital: Easy to set up & easy to use. You can have all your investments, income, and expenses all pulled into one place.Did I mention it’s free? Why don’t you give Personal Capital a try today?
- Mint: You can track your budget and your debt pay off progress with them for free. If you want more information you can review our monthly net worth posts or you can sign up and open an account.
- Debt Snowball Template: If you prefer to use a spreadsheet for your plans, here’s a free and handy debt snowball template.
I also wanted to mention that Brian and his wife have JUST finished paying off their debt! Congrats to the whole family!
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