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Debt free Journey

Debt.  That evil 4 letter word that haunts me every day.  My journey becoming debt free hasn’t been easy.  I guess I could say it started in college when companies walked around campus offering you a credit card.   519 more words

Cash Is King

Income and Expense Breakdown - 08/2017

Happy Sunday!

Today I want to dive further into my budget and spending habits. My debt-to-income (DTI) ratios are detailed down below.

My savings rate is currently at a paltry 8% – yikes. 361 more words

Financial Independence

Budgeting for Baby on an Extremely Tight Budget...

The reality is…Babies are not really that expensive. If you have a set of boobs to feed them, a car seat, some diapers (cloth if you are really on a tight budget), a couple blankets to lay them down on and some basic clothing, you can get by for quite awhile. 794 more words

Student Loans $14,870

I don’t update my side bar enough. It’s because I’m ashamed to admit that I haven’t been paying down my student loan debt as fast. So I updated it today and there is $14,870 left. 84 more words

Thoughts On $

Status Report: August 20

Oh boy. I cannot believe that August is almost over! I hope you all are achieving the goals you set for yourselves.

So far this month I’ve paid $486.89 toward my credit card and private loan (completely paid off!!), and I’m thinking I might make one more payment this month on my credit card…maybe? 267 more words

Personal Finance

Poland's central budget deficit

Poland’s central budget deficit will be significantly lower than 50 billion zlotys ($13.73 billion) in 2017 thanks to an improvement in tax collection, Deputy Finance Minister Teresa Czerwinska said. 224 more words

News

Junk economics & debt bondage

One of my brothers-in-law is in town this weekend, which has been lovely for many reasons.

First, we’ve now been friends for more than half our lives. 466 more words

Books