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The Church of Yahweh

Credit card spending. Friend or foe? We ask my friend Ahyh, founder of The Church of Yahweh, to share his perspective.

We discuss:
Revolving (compounding) interest and how it hurts you.
The difference between secured and unsecured debt.
Why using credit will always cost you more money.

Resources:
The Church of Yahweh

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RX

How can you pay your student debt faster?

Vladislav, a listener, asks us how he can pay his $75k student debt off faster than 5 yrs. We respond with answers.

Add as much as you can to your minimum monthly payment.
No matter how much or how little that is, you’ll be debt free faster than if you didn’t pre-pay the debt.

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at: greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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We talk to Rev. Denise Yeargin of Unity of Music City and ask:

1) What is abundance consciousness?

2) Why teach abundance consciousness in the first place?

3) What is your biggest challenge when teaching/speaking on this subject?

4) When do I know I’ve got it right? Am I ever done?

5) We ask Denise: Is prosperity consciousness a choice I make every moment of every day?

Resources:
Unity of Music City

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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Andrea From Utah

The advantage of using pre-paid debit cards vs traditional bank accounts.

The importance of saving money no matter what your income is.

Stay at home Mom’s taking on 2nd jobs. Should you or shouldn’t you?

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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Interest

What would happen if you pre-paid your debts? How about saving thousands & thousands of dollars and several years of your working life?

1) Who can prepay?
2) What if I can’t afford it?
3) When can I prepay?
4) Why would I prepay?

$100k loan, 4% interest, 30 yrs.

$2,000/mo net/take home income.
10% = $200/mo prepay

$34k interest saved.
Turn 30 yr mtg into a 17 yr mtg
13 yrs of your life saved.

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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Greg DeBaer

Greg DeBaere from Rockford, IL shares why he’s excited about a recent job opportunity, addiction recovery, being raised Catholic, and life in general.

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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The Church of Yahweh

We talk about The Love of Money. Our guest is Ahyh, founder of The Church of Yahweh. It is dedicated to presenting the clearest explanations it can about the mysteries and essence of the universe, God, and ourselves.

We explore:
1) How do we separate the the love of money from money?

2) If the love of money is the root of all evil. Could we translate that to “The love of material things (matter) is the root of all evil?

3) Is how I handle money a reflection of my self image?

4) Ahyh’s thoughts on “Money can’t buy happiness but it can sure make misery more enjoyable.”

You can find Ahyh at:
The Church of Yahweh

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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Piper Niemann

Piper Niemann is a Title Real Estate Closing Notary who has been self employed since 2004. She shares why she chose her field and how being self employed compares to working for someone else.

You can find her at:
Piper Niemann

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189
or drop Greg an email at: greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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