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How to Beat the Student Loan Monster

Let’s face it. You hate your student loans. If you want to get rid of them, you need to own the debt and develop a plan for eliminating them from your life. It’s going to take you a long time but it’s not going to be as hard as you think.

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Looking to Outsource?

Sometimes life is too busy and you don’t want to do it all yourself. Over the years, many people have asked me to connect them with the “good guys” in the financial services industry. Below are people and companies that I’ve personally vetted (often meeting them in person). Know that they are paid advertisers on the site but that I routinely recommend them to friends and colleagues and would do so even if they weren’t advertisers.

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8 Step Financial Checklist for 3Ls/Recent Grads

Congratulations! You are about to graduate or have recently done so – but have you taken a look at your financials? Get this in order now before job, friends, and life get in the way of setting yourself up for your future.

Reader Q&A: Expensive City and Debt

Today I tackle the question of big city living and looming student loan debt. It doesn’t have to be the death sentence that it feels like.

Hey FedLoan, Did You Forget Me?

With many people waiting to hear if they qualify for PSLF and others looking to see if they are forgiven, FedLoan has been surprisingly slow getting back to people.

Law School for Free for Veterans

Looking for a way to go to law school for free? The military may be the answer for you. Hear from guest blogger Andrew Webber and how he used the GI Bill to go to law school and how it changed his tragetory.

1.95% Fixed Rates Are Back

Let’s take a look at long term interest rates and what those might mean for your finances and student loans.

Reader Q&A: What Would You Do?

Here from me and Student Loan Investor Travis Hornsby on the best way to tackle your debt before your new career kicks in.

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