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I’m Looking for Your Free Debt Elimination Guide. – France

“Dear Steve,

I have small personal debt I want to eliminate, reduce monthly payments ect.. My biggest problem is my startup company that is in debt. In order for me to keep the company going until it succeeds I need to be debt free. I have borrowed alot of money for this company and I don t want it to hurt us in our personal finances. I want to keep it seperate if I can.

I want to download your debt reduction spreadsheet, but I can’t find it on your website. I want to start my plans as soon as possible. I want to attack our small personal debts, before I do the same for my company.

Thank you,

France”

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The Answer

Dear France,

I think what you are looking for is my free book Eliminate Your Debt Like a Pro.

Please update me on your progress by posting updates here in the comments section of your question. I’m very interested in how this works out for you.

Big Hug!

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  • Mike

    Filled out form, but haven’t heard anything back yet…..

  • Steve Rhode

    Mike,

    Not a surprising result and one I have seen many times. The cash goes in to savings and then come back out to meet expenses. Instead of a true savings account it become a revolving door.

    The first step would be to try to get the interest rates as low as possible. Contact my friends here at Cambridge Credit Counseling and let’s see how low they can get them for you.

    If that’s not goo enough we’ll move on to plan B.

    Let me know the outcome of their proposed plan.

  • Mike

    I’ve meticulously kept 6 months of “Where my money went” data. Using your new Budget Spreadsheet (glad it’s available online again), I know why I don’t get anywhere on my credit card debt. This black cloud hovers over me, and I AVERAGE $337 a month in the RED!!! I attempt to create an emergency fund, but by the end of the month, not only has life depleted it, I’ve had to go back to the cards to maintain. In 6 months, even though I’ve sent over $9000 in minimum payments, my overall balance has only gone down about $800! My average APR is 24.9575, and any attempt I’ve had at lowering them (via the wonderful people at customer service) is met with “Sorry, that’s the lowest allowed on your account”. Any suggestions what to do next? (Maybe I need those secret numbers to the M.A.N….).

  • Steve Rhode

    I’d suggest building a worksheet from the book.

  • Mike

    Any plans to create a new one, or should I just go ahead and use the worksheet from the book?

  • Steve Rhode

    No, I could not find the old spreadsheet.

  • Mike

    Were you ever able to find this?

  • Mike

    Thanks. I’m trying to get everything in order before tackling my 42K, 18 card, credit debt……

  • Steve Rhode

    I’ve got it on my list of this to do. Somehow I managed to lose the
    original one in my move to England and back.

    Steve

  • Mike

    Steve,

    I think what he’s looking for is the Budget Spreadsheet you mention in the book…..

    I’m also interested in this spreadsheet.

    Mike

  • Mike

    Steve,

    I think what he’s looking for is the Budget Spreadsheet you mention in the book…..

    I’m also interested in this spreadsheet.

    Mike

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      I’ve got it on my list of this to do. Somehow I managed to lose the
      original one in my move to England and back.

      Steve

      • Mike

        Thanks. I’m trying to get everything in order before tackling my 42K, 18 card, credit debt……

      • Mike

        Were you ever able to find this?

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        No, I could not find the old spreadsheet.

      • Mike

        Any plans to create a new one, or should I just go ahead and use the worksheet from the book?

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        I’d suggest building a worksheet from the book.

      • Mike

        I’ve meticulously kept 6 months of “Where my money went” data. Using your new Budget Spreadsheet (glad it’s available online again), I know why I don’t get anywhere on my credit card debt. This black cloud hovers over me, and I AVERAGE $337 a month in the RED!!! I attempt to create an emergency fund, but by the end of the month, not only has life depleted it, I’ve had to go back to the cards to maintain. In 6 months, even though I’ve sent over $9000 in minimum payments, my overall balance has only gone down about $800! My average APR is 24.9575, and any attempt I’ve had at lowering them (via the wonderful people at customer service) is met with “Sorry, that’s the lowest allowed on your account”. Any suggestions what to do next? (Maybe I need those secret numbers to the M.A.N….).

      • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

        Mike,

        Not a surprising result and one I have seen many times. The cash goes in to savings and then come back out to meet expenses. Instead of a true savings account it become a revolving door.

        The first step would be to try to get the interest rates as low as possible. Contact my friends here at Cambridge Credit Counseling and let’s see how low they can get them for you.

        If that’s not goo enough we’ll move on to plan B.

        Let me know the outcome of their proposed plan.

      • Mike

        Filled out form, but haven’t heard anything back yet…..

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