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Looking to get out of debt, but feeling frustrated with your progress so far? Learn how you two can get a financial reboot and become debt free!
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Need a Financial Reboot?
One of the best achievements you two can make with your marriage and money is getting out of debt.
Carrying that burden of debt can be extremely stressful in marriages. One analysis found that money issues account for about 22% of divorces.
With the new year, you may have made it a goal to dump your debt once and for all.
And I hope that you’re doing well with things, but if not, this episode is for you.
I know how frustrating it can be when you’re not making the progress you expect or want to make. You read and hear these stories of couples getting out of a ton of debt in matter of months it seems like you can’t make any headway.
Tracie Fobes, founder of Penny Pinchin Mom, comes on the show to offer practical and real encouragement to get rid of that debt.
In this episode we get into:
- why you shouldn’t get swept up with what you see online
- how to embrace the process becoming debt free
- the challenges and joys of having a financial reboot
Hope you enjoy!
Resources on Fixing Your Finances
Want to learn more? Here are some resources to check out:
- The Financial Reboot Info
- 50 Ways to Give Your Finances A Fresh Start
- Strategies and Ideas To Quickly Boost Your Emergency Fund
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