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Dump Debt Faster
We’re about to enter 2017; I hope you are doing well!
This episode is a little different. I’m following up on a request from Amiee, who’s looking to be rid of debts that have been hanging over them.
In this episode we’ll get into:
- 5 Steps to Get Rid of Your Debt
- Tips to Build Up Your Payments
- Apps and Tools to Make Things Easier
Hope you enjoy!
Resources for Getting Rid of Debt
Want to learn more? Here are some resources to check out:
New Year, New You Financial Summit
We’ve been talking about goals and how you two can reach them.
I’ve teamed up with some of my buddies on something that can help you two have an EPIC year. We’re hosting the New Year, New You Summit. It’s a huge week-long event that you can catch from home. It’s going to be happening January 9-13, 2017.
How would you like to hear from others who have done big things like pay off six figures of debt, retired early, or became a one income family to have more time for the kids?
And the best part? You can watch the summit that week for FREE! You just have to register and we’ll save you a spot. Register for FREE here!
Don’t forget to invite friends and loved ones who you feel could also use this! There will also be over free resources and prizes. I want you to have the best year ever, so please sign up today!
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