188: How to Get out of Credit Card Debt | Feedback Friday
If you've gotten yourself into credit card debt, it's hard to see a way out. Minimum payments can be as much as rent and won't always whittle down the debt because your interest rates are probably too high. With thanks again to Ramit Sethi (@ramit) of I Will Teach You to Be Rich, we'll show you how get out of credit card debt more easily than you probably think possible.
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- You're in more credit card debt than you'd like. Should you tell your family about it so you don't feel like you're hiding something from them?
- While we're on the topic of credit card debt, we share some tips from Ramit Sethi for getting that debt under control (Script found here).
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- Quick shoutout to Melissa!
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