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A Canadian woman went from $70,000 in debt to a 7-figure net worth by building a new habit into her day
Adeola Omole paid off $70,000 of debt in three years and built a seven-figure net worth by living her life "half off." Here's her best money tip.
You can start paying off debt by answering one question, and it starts with identifying why you decided to go into debt in the first place.
Tai and Talaat McNeely of His & Her Money paid off $330,000 in just five years — on one income. Their tricks included using 13 bank accounts, turning hobbies into side hustles, and being super organized. Their tips can help you pay off huge debt, no matter how impossible it seems.
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