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Want To Eliminate Debt? Don’t Make These 5 Mistakes

By EveryIncome on 2/2/21 8:30 AM

Congratulations! You’ve made the commitment to get yourself out of debt.

Eliminating debt is an important and difficult goal to achieve, but it can be done — if you do it the right way. Here are five common mistakes to avoid:

Topics: Financial Security Debt
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10 Tips for a Financially Bright 2021

By LIMRA on 12/30/20 7:18 PM

By LIMRA and LOMA

Topics: Financial Planning Education Debt Savings
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Strategies for Navigating Medical Debt

By NAIFA on 12/7/20 4:31 PM

Medical care in the United States is astoundingly expensive. While many employers and government agencies offer health insurance plans, many people are either unemployed, underinsured, or otherwise left without appropriate coverage. Something as simple as breaking a leg or having your appendix removed can cost thousands of dollars, and treating conditions like cancer or diabetes is even more expensive. Navigating the world of medical debt can be incredibly challenging, but these strategies can help individuals and families work toward being debt-free.

Topics: Strategy Debt Medical Recovery
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3 Steps to Get Money in the Bank and Debts Paid

By NAIFA on 11/20/20 9:01 AM

You've heard it before, but it's worth repeating: we are living in unprecedented times. This is not normal. Whether you've lost your job during this time, or are feeling lucky that you didn't, the crisis certainly has made everyone take a closer look at their financial security. Would you feel steadier right now if you had a stockpile of money in the bank? Would a weight lifted be off your shoulders if you had no monthly credit card or student loan payments? You might feel like you have to choose between putting money in the bank or paying off debt, but you can have it all! You just have to do it one step at a time. Here's an easy, 3-step process for building an emergency fund while paying off debt.

Topics: Financial Planning Security Financial Security Assets Debt Emergency Savings Savings

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