Today is the day companies are like Superman kissing Lois Lane, making employees forget their 2013 1.9% wage increase (real increase of 0.6% because inflation was 1.3%) by delivering free Dairy Queen Blizzards to cubicles across the country and hosting a donuts-n-coffee table in the lobby entrances everywhere. We’re easily bought off by Blizzards and donuts, so we appreciate the gesture.
Like proud children when they lose teeth, the S&P 500 turned positive for the year and the NASDAQ reached a thirteen and a half year high when they crossed 1,847.61 and 4,292.96 respectively this week. This continues the endless good news for investors, which is why we suggest becoming a part of the investor class as soon as possible. Follow the money to make money.
Being buried in debt can be extremely stressful, especially if debt collectors are blowing up your phone “like [it] is a disaster”. Often, we do not know how or why we got into this situation.
Meditate on how you got into your predicament. If it was not due to an unexpected emergency, look internally to find out why you consumed so much debt so you do not repeat your mistakes.
Regardless of how you acquired your debt, here are five suggestions to get rid of it. There are many ways to get out of debt and many online lists that tell you how to do so. These are five of the most efficient ways of which we are aware.