Since this whole coronavirus thing, I have had some time to focus on other things that I have been putting off for way too long. Stuff like personal finance, debt, savings, budgeting, using these free online debt calculators.
I’m even working on figuring out the steps and changes to make so that we can buy land. I am so tired of renting and we need way more space.
There is so much information out there and I can use all of the help I can get. Shoot, I need to even figure out retirement and quit putting all of this stuff off! I need to get it together for real! I have been procrastinating way too long.
There is a site that I have used for other things, and now I am using it for my finances as well. It’s called Pigly and I love it! I’ve been using the free online debt calculators to help make a plan for paying off my debts and get my credit in order. First of all, it doesn’t cost me anything to use the calculators, so I am not adding to my debt!
Getting organized is the first step to conquering your debt. Make a list of accounts you have and how much you owe. Write down everything from mortgages, student loans, auto loans and credit card debt.Pigly
I was doing so well with fixing my credit and then some stuff happened and then some more stuff, then the pandemic, and I got behind again. So now I am starting all over for the millionth time and these free debt calculators from Pigly are helping me tremendously!
I’m sure with the pandemic, many of you are working on your finances, budgets, and debt as well. So I was hoping that by sharing this it could help someone else out with the tips and free online debt calculators from Pigly. They don’t just have calculators, they have a lot of great advice and tips too.
If you decide to get a second job, it shouldn’t affect your main source of income. Avoid it if the opportunity cost takes more from you. Always prioritize your main job.Pigly
The site also isn’t loaded with any ads, which is a major turn-off for me… they’re so annoying, right? Free and no ads, fantastic! Using the calculators in conjunction with 10 easy ways to pay off debt has really been helping me. Check it out and let me know what you think!
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