Most college graduates are facing tens of thousands of debt, with interest rates that could have them making monthly payments for years. If that sounds like you, you’re not alone.
On top of that, maybe you have credit card debt from having to forge your way in the real world, paying for an apartment, food, and healthcare. Or a mortgage or car loan.
What’s worse, debt is complicated. There are interest rates, payment schedules, penalties and fines, and other factors to deal with when it comes to paying down debt.
It seems like there are dozens of ways to accrue debt, but getting rid of it can feel impossible.
You know life would be better without the cloud of debt hovering over every purchase you make. It’s there, causing you to worry about every purchase, from dining out to a vacation or a new phone. Even things you need to buy cause you anxiety. You wonder if you might have to put off another debt payment to manage that car repair. Will you ever get out of the cycle?
I’m no stranger to mountains of debt: I’ve already paid off five figures in debt from my master’s degree, and then helped my husband pay off over $100,000 in debt from his education. In paying off that debt, I realized how much debt can hold back women and young families, especially if they want to buy a house, have children, pursue their dream career, or splurge on something they love.
I know how defeating debt can feel. I’ve been there.
The Debt Snowball Calculator helps you figure out the best and quickest way to pay it all off. I used this comprehensive tool with my family, so we could get rid of our debt, once and for all -- and now my clients do the same.
The Debt Snowball Calculator works with any kind of debt, from student loans to mortgages, and from credit card debt to car loans. It also determines which debt you should pay off first, and even lets you know the exact date when you should expect to be debt-free.
The Debt Snowball Calculator makes it easy as pie.