How to Get Completely Debt Free by 30

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I graduated from college at the age of 23 and was worth -$10,000. Over the next 7 years, I married, divorced, remarried, and still came out completely debt free (including the house) by the time I turned 30.

How the heck did I do that?

How to Get Completely Debt Free by 30

I honestly didn’t think I was doing anything that spectacular at the time. Sure, I was a little more aggressive than most, but was I super-human in my efforts to pay off my student loans, my credit cards, and my house? Nope. Absolutely anyone could have done what I did over those seven years.

Looking back, I attribute my financial success to the following reasons – all of which you can implement and use for your success as well!

1) I Got Scared

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I’ve Been Completely Debt Free For 2 Years Now – What’s Life Like Today?

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It seems like it was so long ago, but I still remember that day as clearly as if it were yesterday. It was a mild day in mid-December and I just received my bi-weekly paycheck. With this payment, my bank account was bolstered to an amount $1,500 greater than my last remaining debt, the $14,799 home loan. It took just one click of the mouse. I was completely debt free.

An immediate smile was drawn onto my face. The final weight was lifted off from my back. I was now free to live the life I chose, rather than the one I handcuffed myself to. That day marked the end of my debt payoff and the beginning of my wealth creation. I just knew that from that moment onward, my life was going to be so much better.

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