How to live a debt-free lifestyle

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From: Mashable By Tracey Edouard
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Mashable's latest #BizChats Twitter chat discussed several money habits people can pick up to break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck.

Several financial savvy entrepreneurs and personal finance experts joined us including: Alexa von Tobel, the founder and CEO of LearnVest.com; Cameron Huddleston, money-saving expert & award-winning personal finance journalist for gobankingrates.com; Casey Bond, personal finance writer & editor; Cynthia Johnson, entrepreneur, marketing professional, author and keynote speaker; John Rampton, founder of Due, serial entrepreneur, connector & online Influencer; Josh Elledge, chief executive of SavingsAngel.com; Kyle Taylor, entrepreneur, money saving expert, and founder of ThePennyHoarder.com; Lauren Lyons Cole, personal finance editor for IBTimes.com; Murray Newlands, entrepreneur, author, advisor & motivator; Rebecca Jarvis, ABC News chief business, economics, and technology correspondent, creator & host of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis; and Stefanie O'Connell; millennial finance author, speaker & entrepreneur.

Check out highlights from our chat in the Storify, below:

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