MP3: Prioritizing Family Debt

25.06.2013

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Prioritizing Family Debt MP3

QUESTION: Jason asks how debt to family should be prioritized in the debt snowball. Dave explains.ANSWER: No. If there's no big pressure, no breakdown in the family—you didn't borrow money from your grandmother, so now she's having to eat dog food because she gave you her last dime, nothing like that—then you just treat it like any other debt in the debt snowball. The debt snowball's not... Source: daveramsey.com

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