The police officer, school teacher, engineer, firefighter, attorney, doctor, professor, designer, manager and rocket scientist all have one thing in common: they’re killing it financially with YNAB.
getting out of debt
With money already tight, Chris takes a lower paying job in order to be with his family more, but how will they manage their debt?
Although his business finances were in order, it never occured to this entrepreneur how important it was to budget his personal finances as well.
Tired of not knowing how to manage her money, Latrinia takes on a pro-active approach to blasting her debt.
Jan set out to tackle her finances and bring down debt she'd accumulated through adoption, a move, and home renovation.
After a friend's financial disaster, David set's his mind to clearing his own financial troubles and taking control of his money.
Annie and her husband were slowly chipping away at debt, but needed a tool to help them do it faster.
Life didn't go the way this opera singer planned, but budgeting helped him tackle debt to the tune of $70k
$60,000 and a variable income left Christopher feeling shaky about their finances. It was time to give budgeting a try.
Despite both of them working, low rent, and no kids, this couple couldn't figure out why there was never enough money to go around.
After accumulating another $8,000 of debt while trying to pay down what they initially owe, Ray realized they were missing something crucial.
$80,000 in debt brought Steve to a financial fork in the road. Budgeting took him to higher ground.
They had "high-enough" income, and "small-enough" expenses, but Dave and Christine discovered even greater financial fulfillment.
With $50k of debt, and maxed out credit cards, Stephanie decided she needed to adopt a new philosophy.
Having worked hard to climb out of debt in the past, this family decided to change their money habits so it wouldn't happen again.
Adoption fees, debt, and school tuition weighed heavily on this family until they made a plan with YNAB.
Initially they thought they could live on love, but eventually, this military family learned how to tackle $32,000 of debt.