Pay Off Debt

Pay off debt when you live paycheck to paycheck by InspiredBudget.com

How To Pay Off Debt When You Live Paycheck To Paycheck

Are you tired of sending all your hard earned money to someone else?  If you’ve taken the time to sit down and write out how much money you are paying towards debt, you might get sick to your stomach.  I know that I was in shock the first time we totaled up our minimum debt […] Read more…

Debt Snowball or Debt Avalanche by InspiredBudget.com

Should I use the Debt Snowball or Debt Avalanche?

You’re tired of sending your hard-earned money to someone else month in and month out. I get it. I’ve been there.  You’re totally not alone! I know that it can be very frustrating to spend your month working just to send a chunk of your paycheck to student loans, car loans, or credit card payments! […] Read more…

Earn Extra Money And Pay Off Debt by InspiredBudget.com

Earn Extra Money and Pay Off Your Debt Faster with this Perfect Side Hustle

*this post is sponsored by Focus Pointe Global Are you feeling overwhelmed with debt? Whether you have credit card debt, student loans, or car loans, debt can feel like a mountain. And when you’re looking to get out of debt, side hustles become a lucrative way to earn extra money and pay off debt faster. […] Read more…

4 reasons people don't pay off debt by inspiredbudget.com

4 Reasons People Don’t Pay Off Debt

The other day I came across an article published by Time all about how much debt the average American has (I’ll link to the article at the end of this post).  It’s a great article because it breaks down how much debt different age groups have. For instance, 45-54 year olds have an average of […] Read more…

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Real Reasons To Pause Your Debt Snowball (And Reasons You Shouldn’t)

If I’ve learned anything in adulthood, it’s that life won’t go as planned.  And for a type A control freak like myself, that can be devastating news.  Things will go wrong and sometimes you just have to pause your debt snowball and take care of life.   To pause your debt snowball, you will continue making minimum […] Read more…

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