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How to Get the Best Auto Loan Rate at the Car Dealer

Getting a new car is exciting, but in the heat of the moment, when the pressure is on, we might draw a blank and miss our opportunity to negotiate a lower interest rate on our auto loan when discussing the numbers.  When there’s competition, everyone is willing...

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Buying A New Car? Here’s Everything You Should Consider

Shopping for a new car is down right exhausting! But once you take the keys to your new car, you suddenly forget all the hassle that went into it. To make sure we aren’t getting caught up in the moment of buying a new car (even if it’s used), let’s take a moment to...

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How To Do Your Own Spending Freeze

When I hear of a spending freeze, it makes me think that everything has to be locked up tight! Because we’ve heard of freezes before: Hiring Freeze, Account Freeze, Credit Freeze, and etc. There’s usually this negative association we’ve learned over the years that...

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Dustin. A Debt Survivor.

Not only did I get out of debt – I did it while being laid off… Twice!
Want to learn how I did it? I’ve got budgeting strategies and money management tips so you can be successful too!


Of Debt



2 Years

to Debt Free!

Student Loans

My debt comprised almost entirely of student loans. Both private and government.

Income Streams

I had my full-time job paychecks – but I started donating plasma and photographing engagments and weddings.

Time to Payoff

It took me 2 years and 3 months to pay off my loans. The time it takes you will vary based on loan amounts, interest rates, and extra payment amounts.

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