Table of contents for Debt Free Forever
- How To Get Out of Debt and Become Debt Free Forever
- Debt Free Forever – Adding Up The Debt
- Debt Free Forever – The Credit Card Pay Off Plan
- How To Get Out of Debt – Debt Free Forever
This is the third post in a series that will explore how you can become debt free, and stay debt free forever. Future posts will talk about when you should and should not use credit cards for purchases. Why you should care about your credit score, how to save money on every day expenses, will credit repair companies help you or hurt you and much more. Make sure to subscribe to our feed so you don’t miss a single installment of this series.
Make sure you have read parts one and two of the series before reading this. You also need to have done the previous assignments before you can start paying off your debt.
Now, in part 2 you filled out a worksheet that listed all your credit cards, the amount you owed, the minimum payments on your credit card, and the amount you are actually paying. Hopefully you are paying more than your total minimum payments each month. If you are paying only your minimum payments, or if you are not even paying your minimum payment, we will need to get into some advanced strategies. I’ll save those for the next post. But I have found that most people who want to pay off their credit cards, pay more than their minimum payment each month, sometimes quite a bit more! But this can cause problems.