In this article, I wanted to talk about 15 tips to help pay off your mortgage early. And I
know a lot of us don’t have mortgages, actually, I don’t have a mortgage anymore I actually understand, that there’s a lot of people out there that don’t have mortgages.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from these tips, they are really universal a lot of them for how to get out of debt and how to save money, and I’m probably going to write more articles about how to get out of debt, because I’m noticing that a lot of people want to know how to pay off their mortgage, but I think the critical part to actually paying off mortgage is a fact that I didn’t have any debt to begin with not that I didn’t ever have debt I just didn’t have that much debt or really any consumer debt when I began the process of trying to pay off my mortgage it’s really critical that any other kind of debt kind of gets washed out-and-out of the way you can try to work on things simultaneously, but it takes a lot of discipline, so if you’re a very disciplined person you can do it but otherwise I recommend getting most of the consumer debt and any other type of debt out of the way that would hinder you from saving as much money as possible, because that’s really what a lot of these tips are about.
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is cut your expenses you know you want to make sure that you’re living on the bare minimum possible, I actually acted like we only had one income and, you really have to live below your means and act like you it’s kind of like you’re you’re an actress you know you’re really pretending like you only have one income and many of you actually do have one income, so I’m really talking from a perspective of someone who is you know dual working family but you know you can also, find ways to say if you’re on one income so really just cutting down to the bare minimum and you know making sure that you’re only paying for those things and you know, but it’s only for a certain amount of time I’m not saying do this forever right.