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The content that makes up this site is designed to be a steady and easy Steps to Erase Debt Walkthrough Guide designed to do just that. The ideas that went into creating this guide are all a combination of the approaches taught by the top five NY Times Best Selling Books on erasing debt over the last five years. We’ve taken the best of these books and combined them into a long list of things to do to get out of debt.
Now one thing you may find about our list here is that some of the steps may not appeal to you. For instance, if you are not receiving calls from a debt collection agency, the step that addresses this issue is of little use to you.
The steps included in this guide have been created to address all cases of debt, and we’ve tried to do as much as we can to drive these steps home for every particular money issue one may deal with when trying to get out from under the heavy weight that is debt.
As for the creators of this site, we’re a couple of entrepreneurs who went from dealing with heavy debt to making considerable strides in the way of wealth creation. We ran into some lifestyle issues that were a little too big for our earnings, and each found ourselves in a world of trouble with credit card debt. We met up at a Starbucks and decided we’d figure this out together. We’re close friends, and our lifestyles do share similarities. (In fact, a recent study has shown that you can take your closest five friends, take the average of their annual incomes, and more often than not, yours will fall within 10% of this range.)
So anyway, we decided over coffee to work our way through some of the best books on the market, and apply the techniques we found useful into creating a escape hatch from debt, as well as a way to create a steady set of good habits to escape this issue for the future. The things we learned amazed us. Both of us our college grads, yet neither of us had an especially strong understanding of the way credit card companies work, the way home finance ought to work in America, and the proper way to responsibly grow a nest egg so that the rainy days (which will come for nearly all of us) will not drown us.