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On average, new budgeters save $600 by month two and more than $6,000 the first year! Pretty solid return on investment.
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When Sydney and her husband faced a year and a half without income, they did what they had to do to support themselves and their two young sons. Luckily, they had some savings, but they also leaned on their credit card. Once her husband was employed, again, Sydney was shocked to realize that they were $15,000 in credit card debt. That’s when she turned to YNAB.
Sydney said, “I actually knew about YNAB because I had a friend on Facebook that just raved about it all the time … I kept thinking, as soon as we have an income, I really want to try out this YNAB thing … I wish I would have just signed up for it back then—it would have really helped us during that period of time.”
And six months after starting YNAB? No more debt! Listen to this episode of Debt Stories to hear more:
Get this episode’s transcript here.
Wanna know what’s better than an amazing debt makeover story? Several debt makeover stories! If you’re a YNABer and you’d be willing to let Jesse interview you for a future episode, write to us at [email protected]. In your email, include a short paragraph or a few bullets about your financial hurdles and how you overcame them.
Remember, budgeting is not restrictive. You won’t be spending less, you’ll be spending right. You can do this! Today. Right now. What do you have to lose? Except all that debt and stress. (Ok, so kind of a lot.)
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