Money Monday 24: Should I consolidate debt? -$16,884
Money Monday 24: Should I consolidate debt? -$16,884 – Review
Dave on consolidation: https://www.daveramsey.com/blog/debt-consolidation-truth/
Questions answered in this video:
Donna Galvan 2 hours ago
Congradulations on your two year anniversary on you tube..Love watching your videos, look forward to watching them..I have a savings question for you, the Capital One 360, can you name your savings account, like clothing, car, vacation, etc if so How do you do that on line..I watched you tube videos on the Capital One 360, I don’t know if there is a place to name them..I’m interested, but not sure yet…Thanks…
Amithity 80 1 day ago
Great Video! & Awesome job paying down your debt 🙂 I started my debt free journey 5 months ago and that is also the time I stumbled upon your youtube channel! I had no idea you had started your journey 2 yrs ago! My debt free date is 31 months from now. Question… You said in this video that surprisingly your credit score is great as you pay down your debt.. is that because you are leaving your credit card accounts open and not closing them or is this debt mostly student loans?
anthony bonner 5 days ago
OH yea, did you ever check out Til Debt do us part? (I think you asked about it before). Brandi in GA.
nikki masters 5 days ago
Hey there I’m hoping you can help, I’m a young mumma living in a destination location in Australia goldcoast which basically means everything is expensive an the prospect of moving is nil due to shared custody which is fine sort of I’ve been getting a fixed check from the government ever second week that covers my expense without a shadow of a doubt I had just what I needed inclusive of 1200 a month rent child care debt payments food and etc. my sons father pays me directly assistance for our son basically his share towards his savings clothing and child care, however this is only when he has work and isnt a always sort of deal eg I got a pay from him ever week for 8 weeks but his been out if work for over 8 weeks again so I never actual budget this income but I’ve just gain casual work which will be weekly payments, my question to you though it’s long winded is how can I redo my budgeting formatting from once a month as it was to – once a week plus once a fortnight because I will still be getting supplemental pay… How can I make sure nothing falls through the cracks an each bill is thought if and accounted for
Deana-kaye Clarke 5 days ago
Hey, So I have a credit card debt, student loan and a personal. I want to take out a debt consolidation loan and pay off and pay off all three and just pay that one loan. I want t do that because the longer I take to pay off that loan the more interest it grows. What advise can you give me on that one?
Schnauzer Mom 6 days ago
Once you are “Debt Free” do you think you will double/triple your pocket money??
Meg P 5 days ago
Hey, Budget Girl! Once your debt is paid and you have room in your budget for more fun money, do you think you’ll still feel guilty for spending it? Will there have to be a certain amount in your savings before you’ll be able to spend freely without hesitation? I’m 24-yrs-old and I have very little debt and a nice income. I try to justify my spending by thinking that when I’m older, I’ll be married, have children and a house, and it won’t be so easy/convenient for me to pick up and travel at my leisure.
Sarah Capria 5 days ago
BG… Murphy got in my home… On Saturday while putting groceries up my husband dropped a can opener on the smooth top stove and cracked all the left side burners😑 I am stove less… I do have an emergency fund that would cover a new stove ($800) aprox but…. I also don’t cook so much… Only like on a weekend basis… Is just me and him and we mostly eat out or quick food and easy to make… The 2 right burners are intact… But I still have a safety concern to use it… Also I guess I could use the oven… And maybe sinking fund an envelope for a new stove… What do you recommend????? Help?