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Experian Jan 16
Happy Wednesday! How is everyone doing?
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Experian Jan 16
Q9: What are some best practices for avoiding credit card debt altogether?
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I Dream of FIRE Jan 16
Replying to @Experian
A1a: It's imperative that you know where your money is going so you can make informed decisions about debt paydown. Using a budget/expense tracking software like Mint, YNAB or Personal Capital helps keep you accountable and on plan.
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Experian Jan 16
Q7: In what order should I pay off my debts?
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Experian Jan 16
Q2: Is a credit card balance transfer worth it?
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Money Fit by DRS Jan 16
A1: Never underestimate a good ole spreadsheet for budgeting, cash flow, investments, etc.
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Experian Jan 16
Q8: Should I prioritize paying off debt or saving for emergencies?
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Experian Jan 16
Let's start! Q1: What resources or apps are available to those trying to pay down debt?
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Jackie Beck Jan 16
Final tips on minimizing debt for ? TELL people your goal, and check in with them regularly! You are not the only one who wants to get out of debt. When we were paying off over $145K I'm pretty sure I told strangers at the grocery store.
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Experian Jan 16
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Experian Jan 16
Q3: What should you do if your balance transfer credit card limit is too low?
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Experian Jan 16
Q6: At what point should you file for bankruptcy?
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Debt.com Jan 16
A5: Your level of debt is 30% of your credit score... huge! This can impact your chance of borrowing & insurance costs
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ScoreShuttle Jan 16
A1: for help with federal student debt.
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Cashcrunch Games Jan 16
A1 Came across and app called Qoins that rounds up likenAcorn but pays off debt instead.
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Experian Jan 16
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IconoHash 15h
Your daily conversation report is ready for for Jan 16th
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Leslie H. Tayne, Esq Jan 16
Thrilled to be joining the panel for the today as we discuss minimizing your !
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Stacy Smith Jan 9
A1: has an article about how eating healthy can be great for your wallet and help reduce medical and pharmacy costs.
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Leslie H. Tayne, Esq Jan 16
Excited to join the panel for the on minimizing your today at 3 PM ET!
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