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Get Out of Debt

How It Works

Managing debt is the best way to find financial freedom. This Coach session acts as a virtual Debt Coach, providing useful strategies to manage your personal debt situation and create a plan to pay off your debts using the debt snowball or avalanche methods.

To begin the Coach session: Select Get Started. Next, follow along, answer questions, and provide information when asked. Make sure to have the details of your debt ready; this includes the types of debt and the amount you owe, minimum payment, and interest rate for each debt.

What is a Debt Coach?

A debt coach or financial coach is an expert that can help you with your finances, specifically with getting out of debt. The Banzai Get out of Debt Coach is like a conversation with a virtual financial advisor that will inform you of the strategies and approaches that will best fit your situation.

How Long Will It Take Me to Get Out of Debt?

The length of time it takes to pay off your debt will vary greatly depending on the total that needs to be repaid and how much you can contribute toward it per month. Making consistent payments and avoiding adding to your existing debt will help ensure that you get out of debt as quickly as possible.

What Is the Best Way to Get Out of Debt?

There is no one size fits all approach to getting out of debt. It’s best to personalize your approach to your specific situation. Common strategies, though, include the debt avalanche and debt snowball methods. To learn more about what will work best for you, use the Get out of Debt Coach above.

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