Fight for Financial Freedom: Insert Clever Title Here

Follow this man’s journey to pay off $40,000 in three years. Being close to that in debt (the debts being different in nature though) I find this blog encouraging. It is possible and there IS light at the end of the tunnel.

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Just your average guy growing up in Canada and sharing my life lessons here on the internet. He is by no means a financial “expert” so please consult with a financial adviser before making any crazy financial decisions.

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Anyway, here we are in the month of May and I am beyond pleased with my results and efforts to kick my debt in the ball sack thus far, but I can see the real difference that making the minimum payment versus paying off my bills more aggressively. The numbers are speaking for themselves. My MasterCard is finally getting to a point where I am beginning to see the light and it’s finally under $10,000. When I started out in October of last year, my balance was a fracking $14,581.45. The last reaction I had when I mentioned that figure left the person shocked and I believe that they had to pick their jaw up off the floor. Although I was more than happy to report  to her that I had paid off a whopping $4,600 in the past 7 months and a total of 18.84% of my debt.
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