I’m going to take the next step in my debt reduction journey, and this one is for the worst-case scenario: getting a loan.
You’re a 30-something earning $70,000 and a single parent living in your home town.
You’ve been on the sidelines for years, but your credit score is still a little below par, so you’re looking for ways to cut out the middleman.
The good news: you don’t have to buy a new car, house, car insurance, or mortgage, which is usually your first line of defense.
If you have the means to do it, you can get a loan without spending money on an investment.
And the bad news: it can be difficult to find someone to finance it.
In this guide, I’ll take you through a simple, low-cost way to cut debt and make it less painful than it needs to be.