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145 Past Due – Real Life: Daniel & Melissa – Debt Free To Save A Life

by Derek Sisterhen on February 19, 2011


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Past Due: Radio 145 – Real Life: Daniel & Melissa – Debt Free To Save A Life

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Have you ever thought that by becoming debt free you could be positioned to save someone’s life?

Today, Past Due Radio was on location in Hampton, VA as I visited with my friends Daniel and Melissa in their kitchen. They shared their story of realizing they were on a path toward deeper indebtedness, doing an about-face, and making the necessary changes and sacrifices to get out of debt.

Now, they’re debt-free, saving money, and currently preparing to adopt a child. Because they’re living a healthy financial life, they’re positioned to bring a new baby into their home – effectively saving him or her from a challenging, tumultuous life. They’re paying forward their loving family life by bringing someone new in to experience it with them.

Daniel and Melissa shared some of the very practical ways they’ve accomplished their goals, including how they’ve allocated lump sums of cash they’ve received over the years, how they switched from making purchases with plastic to cash, and how they continuously make plans to guide them with future financial decisions.

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