Well guys, here’s to the American Dream. Which usually means: get into debt as much as you possibly can! Oh yeah, this is not the dream; it is just how it’s really happening. So what was that American Dream again? Just check out this post with 8 ways to get debt free this year
Whatever it is or was supposed to be, a lot of people today are dreaming of a debt-free life. So be prepared to dream on as I share with you 7 ways to become debt free this year. See also this March update video on how to stay debt-free:
To make some decent income you need a good education. Do whatever you need to do to get at least a High school Diploma or equivalent it: a GED Diploma.
Getting the GED Diploma is a cost and time effective option. The price of the exam is $120 in most states and you don’t need to attend a GED school before the exam. If you feel you can pass it, you can just sign up for the GED test, go to the exam place and get your diploma within a week. The GED diploma is the same as a High School diploma so you are good to go.
Stop Spending You Don’t Have
There’s no dispute behind this logic. Still, most of us are spending money we even if we don’t have it, or are guilty of occasional overspending and experiencing some buyer’s remorse, aren’t we?
Credit cards and loans are making it darn easy to buy a new television, that new car or boat, or even four-wheel lawnmower that we actually don’t need at all. So lesson # 1 is: don’t spend money that you don’t have! Use your credit cards only in emergencies or just use your monthly budget to pay them off every month.