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Using Debt to Help Your Finances (season one wrap-up)
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Using Debt to Help Your Finances (season one wrap-up)

In our season 1 wrap-up, we tackle the basics of debt—and how it can help your finances
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This season, we’ve looked at debt from a different perspective. So often, we believe that debt = bad. Even worse, our society often views it as a moral failing.

The reality is that debt is sometimes necessary—and it can even be a tool to help you better your finances.

Some of the things we bring up include:

Financial strategies that include debt

We featured a few people who shared their stories of how debt is necessary in some cases, including some of their own stories of using debt as a financial tool:

And don’t forget to check out our recommended resource from Dana Miranda of Healthy Rich, Dealing with debt without shame.

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Are you REALLY doing money wrong? Good news: you aren’t doomed to a lifetime of financial failure because you aren’t saving to buy a house, buy a TV with a credit card, or have student loan debt. Get away from all the “supposed-tos” and stop beating yourself up over perceived mistakes. Sarah Li-Cain, AFC® and Miranda Marquit, MBA, are ready to debunk prescriptive money rules and inject a little nuance into your financial life.
This season, we’re talking about the common misconception that debt is ALWAYS bad. We’ll dive into ALL THE THINGS. You don’t have to pay that mortgage off early. Go ahead and finance that car. We’ll also tackle the controversial aspects of debt. How much social debt are you carrying around? Are you really immoral if you have your student loan debt forgiven? We promise corny jokes alongside a whole lotta facts. We might even rant a little. Plus, we’ll show you how to use what you’ve learned to get your money to work best for YOU—no matter what some finance bro says.
Let’s talk about how money might not be what you think—and how you can use it to create the life you want.