Imagine… An Entire Year With No Mortgage Payment

The concept for this infographic will be to show the positive financial impact of not having to pay your mortgage for a year. We will focus on major causes of consumer debt such as credit card debt, student loan debt and car debt.

We will “humanize” those numbers by showing how many hours of work would be needed to pay off each debt. [via]

An Entire Year With No Mortgage Payment

 

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