debt free

Most people think they know what debt free means. As soon as all your loans are paid off, you’re debt-free, right?

Unfortunately, that’s not true. You can’t escape debt. It’s all around you and will always be a part of your life.

In this episode, you’ll find out why that doesn’t have to be a bad thing — and how to deal with debt in a responsible way that lets you build long-term wealth.

Want better financial health by finally understanding debt? Listen now!

Show highlights include: 

  • Why the difference between “good debt” and “bad debt” is an illusion ([3:55])
  • Why many people in the U.S. can never pay off their debt ([8:00])
  • 3 words on every dollar bill that tell you who owes you money ([11:48])
  • One question that shows you if your bank accounts are leading to higher prices and more bankruptcies ([16:21])

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