Many people find themselves in a financial hole. It is more common than uncommon. You may be one of these people and are wondering what to do and where to start. It is not as hard as you might think. The very first thing you must realize is that unless you run into big money it is a long term goal that will require patience and discipline depending how much debt you have. The second thing is you are going to need a plan. Consider consolidating your debt with a company like Everyday Loans to help you set your goal. Expert advice is always helpful. Make  sure to consider all the factors such as credit score, credit reports, loans, credit cards, statements, etc.. Once you have set your goal a good place to start is by trying to lower your interest rates. Getting caught in high interest rates for a credit card can seem like a never ending loop. Look for credit cards to apply for that have lower APR. Also consolidate your loans whether it be for a car, school, or personal, you might have a chance at refinancing. 

    A very crucial step in reaching your goal is going to be setting a budget. You are going to want to look at all your newly lowered monthly payments and be sure to set up autopay for the minimum amount and check you can afford it. If you cannot afford it you are going to have to find some way to either spend less monthly or earn more. Whether it be a part time job on the side or just odd jobs here and there a little extra cash can go a long way. There are so many ways to spend less money but just a few ideas are to make a meal plan so you eat out less, eliminate unnecessary subscriptions, buy generic brands, and reduce energy costs. If you can afford the minimum payment it is always a good idea to pay a little extra to your bills. It can cut the time of your debt and save you money on interest. Stick to the goal and keep it achievable. It will take some persistence but you can come out debt free.