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Don’t Let The Joy Of Christmas Suck The Life Out Of Your 2012!!!!
The joyful celebration of the holidays is behind and many are facing additional debt from the season.
Utilizing Dave Ramsey’s Debt Snowball baby step #2, you’ll list your debts, excluding the house in order. The smallest balance should be your number one priority. The point of the debt snowball is simply this: You need some quick wins in order to stay pumped up about getting out of debt! Paying off debt is not always about math. It’s about motivation. Personal finance is 20% head knowledge and 80% behavior. When you start knocking off the easier debts, you will see results and you will stay motivated to dump your debt.
More than 1.5 million families have attended Financial Peace University with amazing results. On average, these families paid off $5,300 in debt and saved $2,700 in just the first 90 days!
If you’re interested in attending Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University 13-week program, contact me no later than January 14th for details.
Lori Brown is a CDPE-Realtor at RE/MAX Advisors.
Office 586-725-1900 Email Lori@LoriBrownSales.com
Lori Brown specializes in assisting homeowners facing financial difficulties in Macomb and St. Clair Counties, including all areas of Southeastern Michigan. By exploring options to avoid foreclosure through dignified solutions including the short sales process, clients receive sound real estate advice.
Lori Brown currently offers services in Bruce Township, Washington Township, Armada, Ray Township, Richmond, Lenox, Shelby Township, Macomb Township, Chesterfield Township, Sterling Heights, Clinton Township, and Harrison Township in Macomb County and Berlin Township, Riley Township, Wales Township, Kimball Township, Port Huron, Columbus Township, St. Clair Township, Casco Township, China & East China Townships, Ira Township, Cottrellville Township, Clay Township and Algonac in the St. Clair County areas.
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