Stuck in debt? Learn all about getting out of debt, types of debt, and why you’re not alone. It takes a lot to dig yourself out of a hole, but we hope to give you advice on how to do just that along with some motivation along the way.
Get out of Debt Now!
What are you waiting for to get out of debt?
If you continue to hold balances, dig a hole, or simply avoid your debts, your situation will get worse. Debt sucks away your financial resources and creates stress on your life, which can affect your happiness and even your health.
If you’d like to limit your stress and begin taking responsibility by tackling your debt problem, head over to our section on getting out of debt.
Get Motivation From Debt Success Stories
If you don’t think it’s possible or you just need that extra push, why not read a few stories on the successes of others when overcoming their debts. You’ll learn from young and old who tackled student loans, business loans, and huge amounts of credit card debt to become financially secure.
It is possible, and reading the stories of others will help you see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Learn more about the Debt Stories of folks just like you.
Getting out of Debt Articles
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The debt snowball explained
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Which debt should I pay off first?
Is there such a thing as “good” debt?
7 Signs you have a debt problem
The number one reason people fail to get out of debt
How much does your debt really cost you?
Is bankruptcy a good way to get out of debt?
Creating a debt repayment worksheet
What exactly is a debt repayment worksheet?
Why smart people can be in debt too
How to stay out of debt, once you’re debt free.
Is debt a bad thing?
How to get lower interest rates
Should I get a home equity loan to pay off credit cards?
Should I use my retirement accounts to pay off my debt?
Once credit cards are paid off should I close them?
Get Educated About Debt
If you still want more information about getting out of debt because you haven’t found the answers on this site, or you’d like more tangible reading materials I’d recommend the following books about dealing with your debt.