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The Debt Consolidation Myth: A Proven Method to Help You Get Out of Debt While Still Living Your Life

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Let’s not just have you consolidate your debt. Let’s have you destroy your debt. Let’s have you be rid of it forever. That’s exactly what this 80/20 guide is going to give you—a sure-fire, bulletproof, tried and true method for destroying your debt. Debt, in almost any form, is lame. Nope, “lame” is probably not a strong enough word for it. Debt is a burden. Debt’s a drain Let’s not just have you consolidate your debt. Let’s have you destroy your debt. Let’s have you be rid of it forever. That’s exactly what this 80/20 guide is going to give you—a sure-fire, bulletproof, tried and true method for destroying your debt. Debt, in almost any form, is lame. Nope, “lame” is probably not a strong enough word for it. Debt is a burden. Debt’s a drain. It’s a mood killer. It’s a relationship strainer. It’s a cash flow crusher. Sheesh. It takes the fun out of just about everything. Sure, you’ll hear fancy-pants people tell you about “good” debt and “bad” debt and the like. They’ll discuss fancy terms like “opportunity cost” or the value of using “OPM” (other people’s money, and if you didn’t know what OPM meant, bless you). They may even use another three-letter acronym like “ROI” when they’re talking about how you can leverage debt and get a better return on your investment. Well, we’re not talking about capitalization of a multi-conglomerate business. We’re talking about your personal finances. And when it comes to personal finances, debt is a draining, mood-killing, cash flow-crushing burden—and it’s lame. Heck, debt collectors, big banks, attorneys ... they all make debt personal. So I think it’s safe to say that your debt belongs right square in the middle of what we’d call your personal finance. Yes, let’s make this very personal. Let’s talk about how you got into this mess of debt, where you want to go, and how you’ll get there. And, true to our 80/20 guide form, I’ll tell you everything you need to know and do as quickly as possible. Unless I see a good opportunity for a joke, where I’ll drag it out just a bit longer.


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Let’s not just have you consolidate your debt. Let’s have you destroy your debt. Let’s have you be rid of it forever. That’s exactly what this 80/20 guide is going to give you—a sure-fire, bulletproof, tried and true method for destroying your debt. Debt, in almost any form, is lame. Nope, “lame” is probably not a strong enough word for it. Debt is a burden. Debt’s a drain Let’s not just have you consolidate your debt. Let’s have you destroy your debt. Let’s have you be rid of it forever. That’s exactly what this 80/20 guide is going to give you—a sure-fire, bulletproof, tried and true method for destroying your debt. Debt, in almost any form, is lame. Nope, “lame” is probably not a strong enough word for it. Debt is a burden. Debt’s a drain. It’s a mood killer. It’s a relationship strainer. It’s a cash flow crusher. Sheesh. It takes the fun out of just about everything. Sure, you’ll hear fancy-pants people tell you about “good” debt and “bad” debt and the like. They’ll discuss fancy terms like “opportunity cost” or the value of using “OPM” (other people’s money, and if you didn’t know what OPM meant, bless you). They may even use another three-letter acronym like “ROI” when they’re talking about how you can leverage debt and get a better return on your investment. Well, we’re not talking about capitalization of a multi-conglomerate business. We’re talking about your personal finances. And when it comes to personal finances, debt is a draining, mood-killing, cash flow-crushing burden—and it’s lame. Heck, debt collectors, big banks, attorneys ... they all make debt personal. So I think it’s safe to say that your debt belongs right square in the middle of what we’d call your personal finance. Yes, let’s make this very personal. Let’s talk about how you got into this mess of debt, where you want to go, and how you’ll get there. And, true to our 80/20 guide form, I’ll tell you everything you need to know and do as quickly as possible. Unless I see a good opportunity for a joke, where I’ll drag it out just a bit longer.

30 review for The Debt Consolidation Myth: A Proven Method to Help You Get Out of Debt While Still Living Your Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tracee Gail Fisher Burnsteel

    Good basic info Good information, but nothing really new. Especially if you have already read anything by Dave Ramsey or pretty much any good financial advice giver. I like YNAB and the author is the founder, so I didn't mind the plugs for his product. It might annoy others.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Blair Slavin

    Covers the Mental Part of Debt as well Only the end chapter covers paying off the debt. All the rest talks of how consolidation doesn't work (though never spoke of consolidating under a 0% interest if paid off by a certain time period option) I'm sure that works if you can actually pay it off by then. Good book. I will now go back and do the exercises, as I have paid off debts and gotten back into debt over and over again. So maybe the mental needs to be worked on as well.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carey Nelson

    In Summary Figure out your priorities so you know what your money needs to do for you. Debt consolidation is usually a scam so just budget instead. Create a budget by giving every dollar a job. Budget for your true expenses. Keep your budget viable by rolling with the punches. Protect yourself by aging your money. Now go pay off your debt!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ebert Mahon

    No debt consolidation loans Good little book which encourages one to avoid consolidation loans and with good planning pay down those loans little by little. Find what you value more than maintaining debt.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jesús M. Cabo y Domínguez

    YNAB A big part of the book can be foud on the YNAB tutorials, the ideas are good but I was expecting more strategies about debt payment.

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