Let me begin by stating that there is absolutely no program, hotline, or system that will get rid of your student loan as much as you want it to disappear. In addition, your loan might be non-dischargeable so not even declaring...
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It has being nearly a month since we paid over $34,000 in debt. So far we are not complaining. The feeling is awesome, I love it when Dave Ramsey says, if you don’t like being debt free, you can always...
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Hello Dinero Pros. Here’s another thought I had the other day. What is the first thing you would do if you had the winning lotto ticket. Maybe you’re thinking about buying a new car. Maybe a bigger house. Perhaps go...
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Have you ever talked to a smoker? I have, my dad was a heavy smoker his whole life. One of the reasons he died at 47 actually. Well if you have ever talked to a smoker, most of them will...
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It all began my junior year of high school. I never really enjoyed school, except for history class (the reason I teach middle school history). Other than that I didn’t really have much aspirations for attending school, other than the...
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Hello all you Dinero Pros! I hope everyone had an amazing and productive April. I know I did! This was the month we paid off all of our debt and are finally debt free! In addition, I have been able...
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My wife’s 401(K) statement came in today and boy is it sweet! In the past three years at her job she has managed to garnish a hefty amount. Meanwhile my retirement account has also boomed and I have been working...
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Greetings to all you Dinero Pros! Today I want to talk about a key element to help you handle your money. These strategies are what helped us reach financial independence at the sweet age of 25 after paying off over...
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I have never bought a brand new vehicle. Meaning one from a dealer. Taylor bought one November of 2014 after her old vehicle needed more in repairs than the car was worth. As a new college graduate with new found...
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I am feeling exhausted. This whole blogging game is so fun, but pair that up with teaching, testing and being a human in general and you have yourself a mix of so many things pulling you in so many directions....
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After looking at the past 6 months of spending, we decided to challenge ourselves by trying to save cash in different places. For the past 3 months we have managed to save $403 on groceries. We went from $691 in...
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