Month: January 2020


How to Get Debt Free: 6 Steps to Getting Rid of Debt


Do you want to become debt free? Not only does it have to join the thought, but it requires effort. Here are six steps to becoming debt free!

Think of all the thousands of dollars that go out of your paycheck every single month.
What would your personal finances be like if you only had the mortgage again? Or better yet, what if you got rid of all your debt!
What would you spend your income on then?

Saved and bought new motorcycle cash? traveled much more? donated to organizations? Eaten more out? helped your children financially?
By releasing yourself from all the down and down payments each month, you can focus your income on what YOU want!

 

Six steps to become debt free

Are you also tired of debt and monthly payments?
An increasing number of Norwegians want to pay down debt. By becoming debt free, you can release monthly all monthly down and down payments and focus your income on what you want, whether it is investment, savings or consumption.

There is no magic recipe for getting your personal finances in order and paying off all debt. Being debt free can be summed up in three short steps:

1. Start with a bad plan

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Start with a plan to get started. If your goal is to become debt free, how are you going to achieve it?

Start by writing down some steps you can take and what you can do to get started with being debt free.

Make a plan to increase your income and get lower fixed costs.

 

2. Have a why

Motivation is important for getting out of debt. Having a “why” makes it easier to endure while focusing energy and effort on paying off debt.

A why is simply a goal you want to reach by becoming debt free. My personal “why” is to go to a motorcycle shop and buy a new motorcycle with cash. For others, the motivation may be to travel more, work less or have more freedom to do what you want.

 

3. Create a budget

Create a budget

A budget will be your biggest tool for getting your personal finances and consumption under control. Setting up a personal budget can save your monthly savings in a very short time.

By becoming more aware of your consumption, you can use the profits to pay extra down on the debt to reach the goal of becoming debt free.

 

4. Get rid of debt with the snowball method

The snowball method is based on sorting your debt according to balance and not interest level. This is not the most economically sensible strategy, but it provides great motivation and for many people, the snowball method will be a good strategy for getting out of debt.

For others, it would be wise to refinance all the debt, collect it into one new loan with hopefully better interest rates and thus pay off the debt each month.

 

5. Have hope!

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Have faith and hope that it will be resolved eventually. Keeping the motivation up while focusing on debt repayment, working extra and being extra careful about consumption can be difficult. Especially at first, it may seem like you are fighting in a perpetual downhill battle against debt, but have the hope and belief that you can manage to reverse it.

 

6. No new debt

Avoid new debt. To be able to become debt free, one must first stop borrowing new loans and credits.

A good idea is to build up a sum of emergency money that you may have available should any unforeseen expenses occur. By having emergency money available you can easily cover any crisis situations that may arise without having to take up new debt.

Also, consider refinancing your debt to get a new and hopefully lower interest rate. Even if you have debt collection or payment note, you can also refinance with a restart loan.

Get a better overview of debt and loans with this free debt overview. Here you can fill in your own figures and follow the development over time.

 

Why do you want to become debt free?

Having a solid “why” I think is the most important motivation for getting out of debt quickly. It’s not the repayment plan or the tactics that get you debt free, it’s you!

Having someone clear why will stick to the plan you have laid out. This will make it easier to avoid temptations and derailments along the way.

 

Find your “why” – Make them clear and visual!

  • Maybe you want to travel to the US and take a 3-5 week vacation on the road, experience everything and pay everything in cash?
  • Maybe you want to go into a motorcycle business and buy a brand new Indian bike cash?
  • Maybe you want to help your children financially in the future?
  • Maybe you work less – or start your own business?

These are some of my obvious why .. what’s yours?

 

Consider refinancing

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Refinancing your debt can be a smart choice, especially if you have many small or expensive loans. If you have ongoing debt collection cases with expensive debt collection fees or bad credit, there are still opportunities with a restart loan.

Financing a kitchen: Why do people choose a private loan?


Selecting a new kitchen is not a daily activity. Neither do the financing. How are you going to pay for your new kitchen? There are a number of options. Can I co-finance my kitchen with my current mortgage? Or do I take out a loan to pay for the new kitchen? Which form of financing is most often chosen for a new kitchen?

Personal loan most chosen

Personal loan most chosen

Most people who need a new kitchen finance it with a personal loan. Not surprising when you see the benefits of a personal loan compared to other forms of financing and borrowing.

Certainty

A personal loan is characterized by a fixed interest rate and duration . You determine the term of the loan in advance and fix it. The monthly charges are also fixed; they cannot be changed in the meantime. This gives you the assurance that the loan has been fully paid off on the end date of the loan. Interest rate fluctuations during the term of your loan do not affect your monthly amount. A certain feeling. And you can always repay the loan without penalty.

Interest costs tax deductible

A personal loan that is used to improve your own home, such as installing a new kitchen, gives you a tax advantage: the interest costs are tax deductible. This is not the case with a continuous Valmont.

Loan cheaper than increasing mortgage

Loan cheaper than increasing mortgage

The interest rate of a mortgage is lower than the interest rate of a loan, but many consumers forget that a mortgage has a long term (certainly in relation to the economic life of a kitchen) and entails extra costs. If you calculate everything, you will come to the conclusion that financing your new kitchen with a loan in almost all cases is cheaper than increasing your mortgage at your current bank.

The most frequently chosen term for a kitchen loan is 10 years. A lot shorter than the term of a mortgage. If you take out a loan you have no extra costs to the mortgage adviser or notary, but with a mortgage you do. In addition to these costs, the bank may have included in the conditions that there are costs associated with raising the mortgage. This is not the case with a loan.

Our advisors can make a calculation for you free of charge and free of charge so that you can also take out a personal loan for your new kitchen at a low interest rate and with favorable conditions.

Do you want to renovate more than just a new kitchen?

Do you want to renovate more than just a new kitchen?

Take out a personal loan with a higher loan amount if you are going to renovate more than just your kitchen. With a special homeowner personal loan, this higher loan amount is possible and you have tax benefits; the interest costs are deductible. A great option if you want to invest in your home.

Concluding one large loan amount is always cheaper in terms of interest than the interest rates of various small loans. And do you have a financial windfall in the meantime? Then you can repay your loan free of charge.

Prevent depreciation

Prevent depreciation

As a homeowner, it is always good to delve into the possibilities of renovating or renovating; owning a house requires maintenance. Thanks to renovations such as a new kitchen or bathroom, an extension or dormer windows, you can even increase the value of your home. In any case, avoid overdue maintenance and thus decrease the value of your home. This prevents a lower asking price if you want to sell your house and it does not benefit your living pleasure.

How much can you borrow?

How much can you borrow?

Are you curious about how much you can borrow for a new kitchen or for a larger renovation? Our advisors can make a personal proposal for a loan that fully meets your wishes. Contact us and request a free quote. We are happy to help you because it is not easy to put together the most suitable loan yourself. We ensure that, in addition to taking out the best loan, you also make optimum use of the possibilities of tax deduction.