4 ways to become debt-free before getting married

If you're hoping to have a No Debt Union, consider taking the following steps to pay off or reduce debt before getting married.

Getting married is a chance to start a new life together. The opportunity for a fresh start might be why some couples wait to get married until they're debt-free.

Whether their debt is in the form of credit card debt, student loans or car loans, couples worry that debt will impact their marriage and their relationship and decide to do everything they can to either reduce their debt or get rid of it entirely before tying the knot.

If you're hoping to have a No Debt Union, consider taking the following steps compiled by Amanda Reaume, to pay off or reduce debt before getting married.

While it might be difficult to pay off your debt, for those who want to enter into their marriages without any financial baggage it is worthwhile. The last thing you want is to have debt become the source of fights and tension in your marriage.

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