By Matthew Kerkhoff
Contrary to popular belief, the best way to get out of debt these days is to borrow more money. Don’t believe me? Just look at Japan.
Like most of you, I was raised to be especially wary of debt and the tremendous drag it can become on achieving financial prosperity. As a nation we know intuitively that our debt levels have ballooned out of proportion, but that doesn’t seem to stop us from continually borrowing more.
Is it possible that we have it all wrong, and that going deeper into debt is the solution to our debt problems?