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How 5 Jobs Got One Family Rid of $24,000 in Debt

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Today’s debt payoff story features husband and father of four, Kalen Bruce. Enjoy! How did you acquire $24,000 in debt? What did that debt consist of? We had $151,000 total at our worst, but $127,000 was our mortgage, so we were $24,000 in consumer debt. It was mostly credit cards with a couple vehicle payments, but fortunately our taste wasn’t that of the Joneses so we were okay having older vehicles. I would say about $18,000 was credit card debt and we simply acquired it by spending more money than we had. What did it feel like to...

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7 Summer Money Saving Tips

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Summer is near and soon we’ll all be enjoying gatherings with family members and friends, enjoying the sunshine and warm weather. Summer can also be expensive, however, as gatherings and destination locations add up over the next three months. Today we’ll share 7 summer money saving tips that will help you enjoy the summer months without breaking the bank or putting a hole in your budget. 7 Summer Money Saving Tips 1. Save on Transportation costs. Bike or walk when you can. Practice hypermiling. Plan outings at or close to home....

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WKW 63: How to Earn Recurring Revenue by Building Software with Dave Devogt

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Today with us we have Dave Nevogt who is the co-founder of Hubstaff, a time tracking software that helps with managing remote teams. Previously Dave ran an information marketing business in the golf niche that did well over 7 figures a year. Dave has been founding companies since 2004 with his first success coming at 23. What you will learn from this episode Why he got into software as a service How he had the software built even though he did not know how to program What recurring revenue is and why this model  is more appealing than the...

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How to Pay off $8,400 in Debt in Just 90 Days

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How did you acquire “$8400” in debt? What did that debt consist of? I battled with credit card debt throughout college and graduated with 10k when I left school in 2009. By late 2011 I was debt free and managed to remain so until I bought my first home in July 2013. I lumped the renovation in with the mortgage, but the renovation went crazy over budget (thanks to a crook of a contractor and my own negligence as a first time buyer!) and so I put the $8400 or so in renovation overages onto my credit cards. What did it feel like to have that...

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So You Want to Start a Business

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The lure of entrepreneurship has taken in – and destroyed – many good people. Statistics show that 8 out of 10 new businesses fail, and as such, it’s important to make sure before you start a business that you know what you’re getting into. Before you sacrifice your time, energy and hard-earned cash, consider these 4 tips for those wanting to start a business. Is There a Market for Your Business Idea? There’s a difference between a great idea and a truly marketable business idea. You know those infomercials you see on TV; the ones that make...

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