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This week we are featuring the best Debt Freedom content via our finalists in the 11th Annual Plutus Awards, brought to you by Capital Group!
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“In this episode we discuss 5 ways shopping at Aldi will change your life. To do this we bring on an expert and we chat with Chelsea, the founder of the Aldi for President Instagram account with over 13,000 followers! ” – Friends on Fire
“Before me, my grandmother had been the only formally educated one and she was my motivation. She grew up during the times of segregation and was the only one of her siblings to finish high school and went on to become a nurse. She had such a huge impact on her community and I knew I wanted to to do the same.” – Debt Free Gonnabe
“If you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner, having a good bank is key to running a successful business. From getting a loan or line of credit to getting help with invoices and tax season, it’s important to be on good terms with your bank. ” – Clever Girl Finance
“If you have been struggling with debt for any amount of time, I’m sure you have read how “easy” it is to get out of debt by budgeting and cutting your spending. If you control your spending, all your debt problems will be fixed right? Maybe yes, maybe no.” – Arrest Your Debt