6 Ways to Motivate Yourself and Get Out of Debt

Start by Setting Goals. People who set goals are remarkably more successful at anything than those that do not. They help assure success. Specific, measurable, and repeatable goals can help you accomplish a lot, fast. You can start by committing to pay off your lowest credit card debt in a certain time frame e.g., 6 months. Keep the card as closing the account will hurt your credit if you get the balance to zero. Just put it away, out of sight and not something you will use in the future.

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Here’s How You Can Plan Your Finances for 2021

Almost all of us have had some impact on our budgets in 2020. Review what happened and what you did to fix the problems that occurred. If you had a pre-existing budget track where you lost control. If you did not have one, set one up today. There are numerous resources in every community that are free and will help you set your budget if you are unsure what to do or where to start. 

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How to Take Control of Your Finances and Be Recession Ready

This method does not save you as much money but does result in quicker victories and gives you the confidence that you can take control of your debts. With this method, you pay off your debt, starting with the lowest balance debt first. You ignore the interest rate of the debt. You pay as much as you can to eliminate the debt completely, and starting with smaller debts enables you to do so. You will quickly gain confidence that you can do it again and again. 

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