The Fastest Way to Pay Off Debt

Learn the fastest – and cheapest– way to pay off your debt or loans. BUT – make sure you are set on all foundations of your financial plan. If you’re wanting to invest, the following link is a great starting…

The Fastest Way to Pay Off Debt

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Learn the fastest – and cheapest– way to pay off your debt or loans.

BUT – make sure you are set on all foundations of your financial plan. If you’re wanting to invest, the following link is a great starting point!

Get $50 free to invest when you open and fund $100 to an M1 account: https://m1.finance/6DsN-MGZ-HMD

There are three main debt payoff strategies. Each of these methods has its pros and cons, but only one strategy is mathematically most efficient.

The three strategies, ranked from my least favorite to my favorite are:

1. Emotional Method
2. Snowball Method
3. Avalanche Method

The video goes into detail on how each payoff plan works.

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