I am not a financial planner, but this was my first step to help me get out of $100k in student loan debt. So let's take a baby step in helping get your sh!t together.
Whether it's student loans or credit card debt, you will not solve this problem by ignoring it. So today, we are going to put on our big girl pants and put a plan together. So pour yourself a glass of wine, and here we go:
It took me 10 years to be student-debt-free, and I can't begin to tell you how liberated I am now. If you are early in your career, know that your income will increase over time, which will help you throw more money at these loans on a monthly basis, and I recommend throwing extra cash at your debt if you have any leftover at the end of the month.
The silver lining to all this insanity is that you are slowly building up credit with your ON TIME (seriously, go set up calendar reminders right now) payments, which will be huge later in life when you are looking to buy your first home.
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