If you’re a first-time visitor here at WSL, welcome! For those of you that have been around awhile, you know that I specifically dedicated the entire month of January to the Debt Movement where we’re working together (and asking you to join in) on paying off $10,000,000 worth of DEBT!!
You may recall in my initial post about paying off your debt that I said January was going to be a month of educating and equipping you with information necessary to pay off your debt as quickly as possible. While the education will continue (that’s what we’re here for), it’s now time to implement everything you’ve learned. Starting RIGHT NOW, and continuing for the next 90 days, we’re going to try and pay off $10,000,000 worth of debt!
In case you’re new or you missed any of the articles that we’ve featured, here is a summary of everything you need to eliminate debt:
Considering ReadyForZero is the official (and best) debt elimination tool for the Debt Movement, I made it a point to give you a detailed review of their site and explain precisely how they help you eliminate debt the fastest (and how they take steps to ensure all of your information is completely safe). With that said, you should have no apprehension in signing up and joining in on this MASSIVE challenge that over 1 THOUSAND people are embarking on.
So, if you haven’t joined, take a moment and click on the “JOIN US” button below, sign up for a FREE account with ReadyForZero and get started!
If you’re still on the fence about joining in on the fun, then I’d encourage you to change your mind.
If you lack the motivation to eliminate your debt (for whatever reason), then check out a few posts I’ve recently written. For most of you, getting out of debt will be a difficult journey which is why you need a compelling reason to tackle the challenge. With that in mind, check out a post I wrote a few weeks back at Canadian Personal Finance about How Big Is Your “Why!”
I also wrote a post for the Debt Movement site about What Does It Mean to Be Debt Free. Considering we’ve been paying off $110,000 worth of debt for 6 years, having a purpose and goals in mind beyond our debt-bound slavery is what’s kept us plugging along.
The articles are written by personal finance enthusiasts (not certified professionals) based on their personal experience. What works for them may or may not work for you, and you should always consult a financial advisor before making important financial decisions.
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