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Podcast 131: The $60K Project

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Today on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Bryan and Flexo talk with Sarah from The $60K Project about how she and her partner Mike paid off many thousands in debt in less than a year, what they learned along the way, and what they want to do now that they can afford to take some risks.

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The $60K Project: S06E01 / 156

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Table of contents

Consumerism Commentary Podcast[00:00] Introduction from Bryan J Busch
[00:34] Interview with Flexo and Sarah
[00:53] Living paycheck to paycheck, starting the $60K Project
[04:08] Pay off $60,000 in just ten months
[05:10] Choosing debt payoff goals
[07:04] Higher education expenses
[08:45] Emotional aspect of paying off debt
[10:48] Creating a website about paying your debt
[12:46] Switch from debt repayment to saving
[14:26] Creating a 12 step program
[15:39] Drawbacks while cutting costs
[16:12] The 12 Steps to Financial Freedom
[25:34] Financial freedom after paying off debt
[28:29] End

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avatar Josh

Loved this episode. We run our business on these debt free principles. And, we’ve been working diligently to eliminate all debt from our personal lives.

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