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Eliminate the Debt You Cause on Yourself

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

It's sad to say that living our lives carrying the burden of debt is a way of life. Throughout the centuries, it's become part of a social norm, and many individuals just learn to settle rather than eliminate this ongoing issue. Here are some easy-to-follow techniques that will help you control your financial stress for the remainder of your natural life.

Part of the reason why so many folks are involved in such monumental amounts of debt is due to the fact that they, themselves create the problem. Funny enough, people then have a tendency to only blame schools, corporations and general stores for their own mistakes. Sure, these institutions and organizations can be expensive and often overpriced, but here's my question: If you already know how the system works, why not use that knowledge to your advantage? In other words, consumers will often shed more money than they actually earn in their pay periods. If you are already familiar with the harsh prices out there, why would you find it necessary to endanger your pockets or bank account in such a hurry? In order to eliminate debt, do yourselves a favor and keep a mental note of how much you actually have before mindlessly swiping your credit card at the store. Let's face it, we all know that overdraft fees can only be as fun as cancer.

Yet another common mistake I often witness is when individuals lend money while already owing or are in debt with others. I have personally seen this so many times before that I truly wonder why no one is ever able to see through such mistake. Not only are you digging deeper into your own debt hole, but you are truly disrespecting that friend or party who was nice enough to lend you the money in the first place. I have thousands of dollars out there that I know for a fact I will never get to see. This has brought me to the conclusion that I would never lend again, unless the matter is in regard to an emergency. Wouldn't it have been much more convenient to keep me around by paying up, and avoid bringing me to this sad conclusion? However, in the end this is only my perspective; what would you do?

Talking about human error, those who constantly ask themselves how to pay large bills need to take a good look at their daily routines and behavior. It is very common to hear someone say they do not have the money to pay for something important, but for some odd reason they are always able to easily spend over $50 on dinner and a movie. Sure, we all need to have fun, but knowing how to and when to have it plays a big role in keeping you out of trouble. Furthermore, if you owe a large quantity of money to a friend or organization, simply set up a monthly payment plan. In this day of age the opportunities to pay up are endless. For example, if a loved one or any type of debt services lent you some cash, no one said you are always obliged to pay back in hundred dollar bills; make it a priority to give back $20 or any reasonable amount with each paycheck you earn. Before you know it, your current debt will simply be a thing of the past.

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This piece of information is to educate individuals and help them make the right decisions one day at a time. It is surprising to know that one does not necessarily need to enroll into a debt free consolidation agency, as the above simple steps can be performed in your everyday life with little to no effort, all while not having to spend a dime.



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