Getting Out of Debt on a Teacher's Salary

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In order to get out of debt on a teacher's salary, the teacher in question needs to be smart about things and employ the debt roll down method. Find out how to pay off debt one card at a time with help from the owner of a debt negotiation company in this free video on debt and money management.

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Hi my name is Peter Repak I'm the owner of Clear Financial LLC, we're a debt negotiation company. The question is getting out of debt on a teacher's salary. Well that's a rough question, because yes you can do it but you have to be extremely smart about it. Not that means that you cannot do it, but what you want to do is you want to ask first like a company like mine; what you should do exactly. Depending what is your situation. Every single individual has a different amount of debt. If the debt is very excessive then you definitely have to talk to a professionals about it. If it's not excessive, you are not that much into debt, then what you can do is called the debt roll down method. The debt roll down method consist of a very very simple way. What you do is you take all of your credit cards, and when you took all of your credit cards you take a look at what is the lowest amount of debt that you owe on that particular card. What you do at this time you pay on everyone of those cards the minimum payment only, but you take one which is the lowest amount of debt that you owe on one of the cards and you take all the money that you can spend to get rid of that card. Once you have paid that card off whatever the minimum payment actually is on top of it that freed up from your payment. What you do you attach it to your next amount. You pay off your next card and you pay off your next card, you pay off your next card, and this way you can pay off your debt in a very very fast manner. Much much faster than how the credit card companies want you to do that. However, you have to have discipline to do this. You don't just spend the money that all of a sudden just freed up from this minimum payment, what you do is you simply do discipline and you pay off every card one by one.You attack the small one first and then you go to the larger ones. My name is Peter Repak, I'm the owner of Clear Financial LLC thank you for watching.


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