Create a Debt Attack Plan
"If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail." - Ben Franklin
Take control of your debt by creating a debt attack plan. Take the course and leave with your debt attack plan.
What You will Learn:
How much your debt costs you on a daily basis to help motivate you to get out of debt as quickly as possible.
Four different methods of debt prioritization and how to figure out which one or combination will work best for you.
How to deal with debt fatigue and stay motivated when paying off massive amounts of debt.
Determine your debt free date, either do the math yourself or take advantage of the many calculators out there.
How creating your debt attack plan is just one part of managing your finances.
Hi there, I'm Liz.
When I finished law school and started living in the real world, I realized I knew nothing about how to handle money. I decided to take control of my finances and paid off over $6,000 in credit card debt in just FIVE months by learning everything I could about personal finance and leveraging my abilities to make some extra money on the side.
I've been blogging about personal finance and my journey to debt freedom for over two years and have paid off over $18,000 in total debt, while still saving over $25k for my future. I'm truly passionate about sharing my knowledge of personal finance and helping others start conquering their own finances.
Thanks for stopping by - I look forward to helping you in your own financial freedom journey!