Getting out of debt dave ramsey debt snowball How we plan to get out of debt fast

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18 Responses to “Getting out of debt dave ramsey debt snowball How we plan to get out of debt fast”

  1. How is it going for you on paying off your debt?

  2. really hope you are blessed in this.

  3. Thanks I really hope I can show people that this is possible! If you are
    working to get out of debt i’d love to see a video response of your plan I
    think it helps to have support and know other people are right there with
    you!

  4. God bless you,,, We should have done this years ago,,,,,,,,, Keep up the
    good work!!

  5. Good for you! This is so informational!

  6. I have looked into this plan. I’ve heard it’s amazing! Can’t wait to hear
    about your progress!

  7. Found you by searching for Dave Ramsey vids, you are right, there aren’t
    enough out here! Please please keep updating, its helpful to hear others. :)

  8. That is also a great plan! On the website I use that I linked below the
    video also lets you set it up in that way as well. Its a very helpful
    visual tool to see it “mapped” out. Our first and 3rd debt we will pay off
    have the hightest interest rate for us and I might switch it so we pay of
    the third on second instead to save money. thanks for the tip!

  9. Can you sell the four wheelers? I’m on the plan too so not trying to judge-
    just offering an idea. You’ve probably already thought of it though.

  10. Daily Actuality Reply May 20, 2014 at 1:39 am

    Thanks! I just uploaded my june update check it out!

  11. Daily Actuality Reply May 20, 2014 at 1:45 am

    I just uploaded our july update! Thanks for watching!!!

  12. Daily Actuality Reply May 20, 2014 at 1:51 am

    Any particular area you’d like to try and save money in? I am going to try
    and get at least 5+ tips in every area of living.

  13. Good job!

  14. Thats a good plan, we have a similar plan but we use the avalanche method
    where you pay off highest interest rate loans first and work your way to
    the lowest interest rate. It saves you money over time as typically the
    highest interest rates are also your highest debt amounts. We also only use
    credit cards and pay off all at once each month, we also only have reward
    type cards so we get money back for spending the money we would have been
    already.

  15. Daily Actuality Reply May 20, 2014 at 2:52 am

    Hi thanks for the idea! We have talked about this and since we paid off
    Payton’s we are just going to keep it since all the kids have a lot of fun
    with it. As for Slates I WISH we could sell it! But we are for one upside
    down on it and for two he needs it for work. Once we get it paid off we
    might sell it, buy a cheaper one and put the difference toward more debt!

  16. I would love to see a video of things you do to save money in other areas!
    Thank you for making this video, what a great idea! We do not have a lot of
    debt, but I find that I can barely keep my head above water…god forbid
    something breaks. I feel like I am already doing so much to ‘save money’
    that I am out of ideas!

  17. Daily Actuality Reply May 20, 2014 at 3:44 am

    Thank you so much for your reply. This is so true! We have learned SO much
    over the last few months and will never finance anything again!