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Podcast: Meet the debt-free community


The social media movement that motivates people to tackle their debt and share their journey.

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Paying off debt can feel immensely overwhelming, especially if you feel like you're alone on the journey. Well, as you'll find out in this episode, you're far from alone.

Today on Pocket Money, we explore the not-so-secretive world of the debt-free community on Instagram. We meet people all around the world about their experiences tackling debt, staying motivated and perhaps most interestingly, building one of the most close-knit communities online.

This episode of Pocket Money is proudly presented by Wisr.

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A special thank you to everybody who shared their stories with us for this episode. Good luck on your debt-free journey!


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