How to Pay Off $118,000 in Debt w/ Steven Donovan | Ep. 12
Dem Coins Finance
Yes you read the title correctly! Steven Donovan paid off over 100,000 in personal debt, and then went forward to pay off his mortgages for his investment properties in full! Paying off debt can feel daunting and many times impossible. This is why I think it's important to highlight “regular degular” people who aren't CEO's or 1 percenters to encourage us along our journeys. Let's discuss debt repayment strategies and so much more with financial coach Steven Donovan from Even Steven Money! Enjoy! Connect with our guest, Steven! Steven on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/evenstevenmoney Steven on the Web: http://www.evenstevenmoney.com/ Steven on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/evenstevenmoney/ Steven on Twitter: https://twitter.com/evenstevenmoney WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU, Let’s Connect! Website (For Full Show Notes + Resources Mentioned, visit our website!) Instagram YouTube Email Us! email@example.com Receive Exclusive Content! Songs: Levhi - Mango Mood & Be Honest Remix ----------- Disclaimer: The topics and ideas discussed are solely Akua's opinions and those of her guests. They are presented for entertainment purposes only. Seek local financial professionals in your area. The ideas and strategies should never be used without first assessing your own personal and financial situation and without consulting a financial professional.
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Financial Freedom Community
Today we are hanging out with Steven Donovan! Steven is a financial coach and the man behind the Even Steven Money Blog. After some early financial stumbling blocks, Steven paid off over $100,000 in personal debt in just 5 years. Now, Steven is sharing what he learned with others to help them get out of... The post From a Mercedes-Benz to A Thrifted Bike with Steven Donovan (Even Steven Money) appeared first on Financial Freedom Community.
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Financial freedom and independence mean different things to different people. Whether it’s building up your savings, pouring money into investments, or living the lifestyle of your dreams, how you attain financial freedom depends on how you define it for yourself. Lee and Kat Hughes speak with Steven Donovan, a Money Coach and blogger who focuses on matters of personal finance. Steven shares his own journey to financial freedom, and some tips for attaining this freedom for yourself.
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