Zero Debt Coach's Free Guides And Printables
Everything we do on this platform is aimed helping 5 and 6 figure corporate employees and entrepreneurs, 1) organize and optimize their finances, 2) eliminate their debt and 3) move on to financial independence by starting and growing an online business.
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This is the exact framework I used to eliminate $43,000 worth of consumer debt in 2.5 years AND save another $500,000 over the following 5 years! It's a simple, easy, no-overwhelm guide that will get you from "all the debt" to zero debt in the shortest time possible.
Sometimes the most overwhelming part of dealing with your money and your debt is just getting started. This quick-start guide will get you up and running with easy-to-follow instructions in just a few hours. You'll be on your way to debt-freedom withs some quick wins immediately.
Designed to help you find, cut and/or earn $1000 inside of 30 days so that you can: pay off debt with it, save it or invest it. Used regularly throughout your personal finance journey, this resource will serve you well for many years to come.
Also called our "Ultimate Guide To Frugal Living", this comprehensive list will help you start saving money, start addressing your debt and help you to organize your financial life in a way that changes your money trajectory for good.
Lists are sometimes the easiest way to start the process of addressing your debt. This simple list will help you "get into the rhythm" of organizing, budgeting and paying off your debt.
The answer is "absolutely, yes it is possible!" In fact these are 30 money moves are precisely what I used to 1) get out of my own paycheck to paycheck cycle 2) eliminate over $43,000 of debt in 2.5 years and 3) move on to financial independence and thereby completely recession-proofing my entire financial life.
The paycheck to paycheck cycle is demoralizing. Figuring a way out of it, daunting. But, if you use this simple, granular, no-overwhelm, step-by-step guide you'll be on your way to actually being (at least) a month ahead on all your bills. Can you just imagine being a whole month (or more) ahead?
If you've never been good at budgeting, it may be because you've been trying to do too many things at once. This worksheets help you to map out all the pre-budgeting organization to make the actual budgeting process a breeze.
Budgeting doesn't have to be the "b-word". If you follow this simple, granular, no-overwhelm, step-by-step guide, you'll very quickly be on your way to becoming a solid, regular and even expert budgeter.
No matter how good you get at budgeting, there's almost invariably one or two that you forget. Use this master list the next time you sit down to budget and you'll kiss this problem goodbye.
When you're trying to get organize your finances, budget and get out of debt, sometimes it's helpful to have a list of "low hanging fruit" of obliterate-able budget items. This list of 18 will definitely get the wheels turning.
Whether it's a global pandemic or a more personal financial crisis, this step-by-step guide will help you to prioritize your game plan and live to fight another day. Oh, and you may just wind up saving some money and paying off debt in the process. :)
When a financial crisis befalls you, the first thing you want is a feeling of comfort. You want to know that everything will "be alright". The best way to do that is to have a detailed, step-by-step plan that walks you through everything you need to consider.
The best gift you can give yourself when dealing with your money is what I call a mindset "overhaul". The truth is we all have part "growth mindset" and part "fixed mindset". This free guide helps you to figure out where you are and helps you know what to do next.
In order for your home to be a blessing and not a curse, you have to make sure you're in the right financial posture before you buy. This clear, no-nonsense guide illustrates exactly what that your finances should look like before you buy a home AND can even help you align your finances correctly if you've already purchased.
What happens when you've successfully eliminated all your debt? Lots of great stuff generally, AND you can actually magnify your results by engaging in the resources I recommend in this free guide. Let's get you out of debt and on to FI!
When you're getting started with budgeting and financial organization, it's usually best to try and start making a list of all your bills, expenses and debt. This handy printable will centralize all the data for you.
Once you've graduated from the "quick start" budget and are ready to get more precise and granular with your finances, I recommend continuing by setting up the monthly zero based budget.
One of the biggest favors you can do for your budgeting efforts is to track your expenses and your receipts. This free printable will give you a centralized location to accomplish that, so you can go on to budgeting mastery. :)
Not being able to pay all of your bills can be a terrifying experience. And, it's hard to sit down and "objectively" figure out what to prioritize. This handy visual will help you do just that, live to fight another day and move on to gaining some traction quickly.
Download this infographic of the exact framework I used to eliminate $43,000 worth of consumer debt in 2.5 years AND save another $500,000 over the following 5 years! It's a simple, easy, no-overwhelm guide that will get you from "all the debt" to zero debt in the shortest time possible.
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