Ep 247 – How Can I Pay Off Debt on a Fixed Income?

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  • (26:56) How can I pay off 20k in debt on a fixed income?
  • (34:13) I’m 25 and I’m graduating with 2 masters degree. I received a job offer, but I’m afraid I might’ve asked for too little money. I had a great interview for a promotion with my current employer, and that might offer more money. I’m stressed out over what to do!

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