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 trillion 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? A Dentist’s Case Study

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?