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How to Break Out of the Cycle of Debt

How to Break Out of the Cycle of Debt

According to the 2018 Planning & Progress Study by Northwestern Mutual, the average U.S adult has about $38,000 in personal debt. This is not adding up additional debt from mortgage loans to pay off that Cincinnati home for sale. While loans and other debt can be useful for investing in your future, it will have to be paid off eventually, allowing you to build net worth. Oftentimes people find they simply can’t for one reason or another, which can result in being stuck in a debt cycle that feels impossible to get out of.

All that borrowing leads to more debt, and the interest that results can become a major monthly expense of its own, increasing debt even faster. Some end up taking out loans just to keep up with the minimum monthly payments or to pay off other loans. If you’re struggling in this seemingly never-ending cycle of debt, these tips can help you break out of it.

Keep Track of All Your Spending

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5 Apps to Streamline Your Small Business

5 Apps to Streamline Your Small Business

Today’s small business owner has an entire arsenal of technology to help boost sales and improve productivity. Sometimes all those choices can feel overwhelming, though. Take a look at 5 mobile apps that are the best of the best at what they help small business owners accomplish: QuickBooks The concept of using technology to manage… Continue Reading

What to Look for in a CTO

What to Look for in a CTO

The most important skills you can bring into your business currently are probably computing and information. They run through the company like nerves through a human body, and your computing talent affects everything. A good tech team keeps your sensitive information safe, improve the efficiency of your systems through every department, and ensure you have… Continue Reading