Snowflakes, Snowballs, and Avalanches: Get Serious about Paying Off Debt!

15 hours ago
Chad Van Horn

It might seem counterintuitive in balmy Florida, but the key to paying off debt might be snow. Yes, that cold white stuff that falls from the sky. In this blog, we are going to explore three methods of paying off debt; the snowflake method, the snowball method, and the avalanche…

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