November 16, 2018
How to Get Out of Debt Strategies for the Small Business Owner

How to Get Out of Debt – Strategies for the Small Business Owner

In our series: Debt and the Business Owner, we have come to the “HOW”…how to get out of debt. But where do you start? We’ll explain a few different methods to help you determine YOUR answer. You will need to pick one based on your specific situation. By the end of this article, you should have a pretty good idea of which debt reduction strategy is right for you.
November 14, 2018
Personal and Business Debts That Affect a Small Business Owner

Personal and Business Debts That Affect Small Business Owners

For most business owners, their first priority is typically their business, which you can most likely relate. However, if you truly want to run your business at full capacity you MUST get your personal and professional debt under control! To accomplish that feat efficiently, you need to understand how personal and business debts affect you and your business.
July 26, 2017
Debt Free Living - Don't Follow These Strategies

Debt-Free Living: Don’t Follow These Strategies!

Debt is one of my biggest pet peeves. I HATE DEBT! Just to give you an idea of how much debt Americans are in here’s a few statistics from NerdWallet, $764 billion in credit card debt, $8.63 in mortgages, $1.17 trillion in auto loans, $1.34 trillion in student loans, and 12.73 trillion in other kinds of debt. The average credit card debt balance is $6,184.16. Households with new auto loans pay an average of $503 a month for 68 months. So you can see, we’re are a long way from debt-free living!
April 5, 2017
erasing mortgage debt

What Debt Should I Pay Off First?

Hey, guys! This is Justin Goodbread with Financially Simple. So if there is one question I get quite frequently, it is, “What debt should I pay off first?” In fact this last week I had an entrepreneurial doctor in our office and he recently freed up about $1000 a month. Many people will say, “Use the debt snowball.” It’s a good idea. Some will say, “Knock out the highest interest first.” That’s a great idea and may work for you. Which of these two popular options, if any, will work best for him?