If you are like most people, you have debt: car notes, credit card debt, student loans and other debt. It all adds up and you may find that you have very little money left each month after paying all of your bills.
But what if you didn’t have any debt payments? Can you imagine not having to worry about paying the bills, and even having extra cash to put away for the future—a house, college for the kids, or your retirement? All of this is possible if you continue learning more, and go about a little bit of mystery shopping.
Mystery shopping can help. You won’t get rich mystery shopping, and mystery shopping is not the only thing you have to do to get out of debt. But it can certainly be part of your get out of debt plan.
Having a plan is the first thing you need to do. I like the plan Dave Ramsey lays out in The Total Money Makeover. There are seven “baby steps” that take you from broke and in debt to wealthy. It is not magic and it doesn’t happen overnight. It is simple, but it is not easy. And it means working both smarter and harder.
Here is how mystery shopping can be a part of your get out of debt plan.