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Getting Started: The Debt Snowball Method

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The Debt Snowball
Once you have $1,000 savings in the bank, it's time to get into attack mode. Pay off your debts from the smallest to the largest. Get serious! Get intense! Get an extra job and sell stuff if you have to. Pay those debts off one by one.

You wouldn't know it from credit card commercials, but swiping a credit card isn't chasing freedom. In reality, that swipe takes you deeper into a hole of debt and interest. And debt is bondage. Car payments. Student loans. They all keep you from getting ahead and reaching your money goals. Think of what it would be like with no extra monthly payments and no fear of collection calls. You can get there.

We've included an article here on what the debt snowball is and how it works. This will change your life! To get the ball rolling, you're going to pay off your smallest debt first. There's a reason for that. Find out why.
How the Debt Snowball Method Works
When you were a kid rolling a snowball in the backyard, the best way to do it was to pack some snow into a tight ball, then start rolling it through the yard. Your snowball would become a snow boulder much quicker than it would if you just built it up by hand. That's exactly how the debt snowball method works.
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