Free Debt Payoff Plan Worksheet
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Thanks for this! We’re currently in the process of trying to pay off some debt a few years in advance. I’m a visual person, so being able to see everything written down like this is super gratifying!
Hi we want to go and pay off all our debts and get current with things.
I read all of these and try to budget but what happens when your bills are more than or close to same amount that you make a month? Selling house isn’t an option but losing it isn’t either… thanks to both of us having new jobs we now make way less then before. How do you pay off debt and get back on track when your only earning close to same amount as your bills??