I get asked a lot about debt, how to use it, how to stay away from it, and how to not be terrified of it! In my opinion, we need good debt in our lives, and we need to start lowering our bad debt. You might have heard of putting a freeze on your credit cards, but have you ever literally frozen them in a block of ice? By the time the ice melts, you might be of a saner mind and not buy the $3,000 handbag you thought you “needed.” That tip was a free give away, and here are my top 10 tips for dealing with debt:
Jessica Weaver, CFP®, CDFA™, CFS®
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