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5 Posts That Will Help You Pay Off Your Debt

Paying off debt pretty much always sucks. No matter what the debt was for, no one loves their debt. I know you'd  like to pay off your debt as quickly as possible. So I thought I would share with you the top 5 most popular posts on this site that help you pay off and come to terms with your debt.

You can also always check out my Attack Debt page, to see all of the debt related posts available on the site. Ok, so now let’s dive into the most popular posts on Less Debt More Wine about paying off and coming to terms with your debt!

1. Paying Off Debt While Pursuing Big Crazy Dreams

I'm a dreamer, always have been. I truly believe that if you set your mind to it, you can achieve almost anything. Some exceptions being if you can't sing you probably won't ever become a great singer, though you could become a great entertainer.  I dream big believing that the big crazy dream/goal is 100% achievable. Continue Reading >>

2. 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Repaying Debt

If you're making repaying debt and student loan debt, in particular, a priority, awesome. Way to go you. Do yourself a favor and make sure you aren't taking a step backward with every two steps forward. Avoid these mistakes... Continue Reading >>

3. 5 Apps that Will Help You Pay Off Debt Faster

I almost always have my phone nearby and look at it during commercial breaks. Which is why I love these apps. They are easy to use, some just require you to set it up and then let it do its thing. The others can just take a few minutes whenever you feel like it. Continue Reading >>

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4. How I Paid Off $6,000 of Credit Card Debt in 5 Months

When I started this blog back in August 2014, I had $6,177 worth of credit card debt. I had been well aware of this debt for a while.

At the beginning of 2014, I actually had just under $8,000 worth of credit card debt. I wish I could say that once I realized I had so much credit card debt I paid it off really quickly. Unfortunately, that was not the case. Continue Reading >>

5. How Qoins Will Help You Pay Off Debt Faster

So just being honest, debt effing sucks. It's why I started blogging in the first place. Being part of the wonderful personal finance blogging community means I get to hear about new finance apps and tools pretty quickly. Which is how I came to hear about Qoins an app that helps you pay off debt faster. Continue Reading >>

Wrapping it Up with a Bow on Top

Hopefully these popular posts dealing with paying off debt have helped you to start taking control of your finances and kicking debt to the curb. Keep at it and you’ll be done with your debt in no time. 

Money tools & resources i recommend

Chime (for saving) works by starting a spending account (takes 5 minutes) and opting into the automatic savings plan. (Learn more about getting started with Chime).  Every time I use the Chime Debit Card it rounds up my purchase to the nearest dollar and puts in in savings. Right now they also offer a double round-up bonus on those savings. All those withdrawals add up over time. Chime is free to use, with no monthly fees. With Chime, you end up saving money without having to think about it.

Qapital (for building savings & reaching money goals) Qapital can help you reach savings goals. Once you have the Qapital App installed and a bank account (or in my case three) connected you set up a goal or goals.  Then you set savings rules for each of your goals. For example, I have a round up to the nearest $2 rule, a guilty spending rule -when I buy Dominos. Qapital is free to useBonus, when you use my link you'll get $5 after your first savings.

Qoins (for debt repayment) When you sign up for Qoins, you connect your bank account and then spend as you normally would. Qoins will round up your purchases to the nearest dollar and put that change towards an extra debt payment. Learn more on How Qoins Can Help You Pay Off Debt Faster

SoFi (for refinancing) If you have private loans or your debt to income ratio allows, consider refinancing with a company like SoFi. Learn more about what it's like to refinance with Sofi. Refinancing my bar loan with SoFi ended up saving me over $1,000. Use my link to refinance your student loan and you'll get a $100 bonus.

YNAB (for budgeting)There are tons of budgeting tools and apps, I turned to YNAB and finally got my budget under control. When, I became self-employed and had to figure out budgeting with an irregular income. I once again turned to YNAB and have finally gotten back on track, not to mention I LOVE all the new updates. If you want to check it out YNAB offers a free 34 day trial so you actually have time to figure out if you like it and if it will work well for you.

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Liz

Liz is a blogger helping people with personal finance and working for themselves. She shares her own journey to debt freedom and helps graduates dealing with above average student loan debt on her site, Less Debt More Wine. She currently resides in NC after calling Massachusetts home for nearly a decade.

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