When you think of debt, you might picture someone faced with thousands of dollars in credit card or student loan bills.
Or perhaps you’ll think about a substantial loan someone secured to launch their small business.
You can learn from their stories, and take inspiration from their progress. If she continued to add to the debt, she would go bankrupt. But, at 660, she still has some very good options available.
She received her bachelor’s degree from NYU and her master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Although traditional advice is to keep credit cards open, we decided to cut up those store cards. Once you commit yourself, it can happen a lot faster than you imagine.
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