What is wealth, anyway, and how do we get it? When is someone actually considered wealthy? The word “wealth” often conjures images of celebrities, CEOs, nice cars, and luxury items (caviar!). The common conception is that once you have a certain amount of money, or start living a certain lifestyle you’ve become wealthy, but that… Read More


Sushi. Just saying it feels expensive. A night out at the local sushi joint with the pals can easily rack you up a $60+ bill. Ouch. Can a similar meal be had for less? Absolutely! Read on to find out how!… Read More


There are plenty of people who will try to dissuade you from seeking financial security through debt freedom. These people might say things like: Debt is just a way of life Debt is a tool that will let you get what you want All the successful people use debt to get ahead The only way… Read More


Debt Freeks is excited to share this important information: the US Department of education declared January 5th a day of action for people to learn about their student loan options. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation floating around about how to get help paying off your student loans. There are also many companies that… Read More


Do you have a resolution you want to stick to this year? Maybe you have a fitness goal, a relationship goal, or some professional progress you want to make. Perhaps you want to finally get rid of those stubborn student loan payments. Make 2017 the year you achieve your goals and get started living the… Read More


You may have heard that student loan debt has surpassed credit card debt in the United States and totals over one trillion dollars nation wide. That’s a big number. Read on to find out how you can avoid becoming a student loan statistic.… Read More


Everyone can enjoy the benefits of sharing costs and reducing risk and waste. Taking a few cues from economics shows us that reducing the amount of money we tie up in stagnant resources is good for our finances. Read on to find out how you can save serious money by sharing a little every now… Read More


Risk reduction is something we are all familiar with, as is getting a “jump start” on a project. I’d like to show you what I did to reduce the risks of paying for college while getting ahead financially. This principle is at the heart of a successful strategy to graduating debt free and it puts… Read More