Posts Tagged ‘credit card debt’

Have You Experienced What Financial Freedom Feels Like?

Posted on August 19th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

I have heard the term Financial Freedom many times, but I really have never fully understood what that meant because I was in debt and didn’t have that freedom; I didn’t know what it actually felt like. As my families financial situation has improved since we started actively seeking out improvement, I finally am starting […]

The Worlds Worst Credit Card Spenders

Posted on April 13th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Today I’ve got a pretty interesting guest post here from the writers at BestCreditCards.com.au, a place to compare different credit cards. We’ve all succumbed to a credit card splurge and been caught up in the excitement of a shopping spree, a sale or a remedy for a bad day at work. However, this excitement is […]

Monthly Progress March – No More CC Debt!

Posted on June 2nd, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I know this post is ridiculously late. I have no excuse, I just haven’t been as diligent in reporting as I had hoped I would be initially. For that reason I have decided that I will start using NetWorthIQ to track my monthly progress because it is a fill in the blanks kind of tracking […]

The Most Important Part Is Starting: Debt Recovery

Posted on March 7th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I was recently chatting with a friend of mine about finance when she stopped me and asked, “What is APR? I have a good chunk of credit card debt and don’t even know how to get started repaying it.” This brought to mind an interesting thought. How many people are in debt and don’t even […]

 
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