How to Repay Massive Amounts of Debt With a Zero Sum Budget

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(Last Updated On: February 13, 2019)

 

A few years ago, I was successful at zero sum budgeting for the first time, and it helped me pay off my student loan. I was inspired to pay off my student loan because I wanted to pursue a dream of running my own business full-time.

I had tried budgeting before but was never able to stick to the process. So I tweaked the zero sum budget method to make it work for me. The results were pretty great. It helped me increase my student loan payment by 500%.

Originally, I explained how I created this budget from scratch in this post, but it was looooooong winded. I wasn’t really able to explain the key mindset adjustments you need to make to have success and I wanted to be able to beef it up with spreadsheets sooo….

The 60-Minute Money Plan Was Born

The 60-Minute Money Plan is a 107 page printed workbook for people who hate budgeting. The workbook is based on the zero sum budget strategy.

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The workbook is for:

  • Young adults struggling to make ends meet.
  • Anyone who wants a simple yet doable budget plan.
  • People who are looking for a no-fuss way to start tracking their money.

The printed book is available on Amazon. Grab it here!

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