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When I’m working with a client on getting out of debt, especially on student loans or credits, one of the first things they ask about is how to lower their interest rates on the loans.
JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #106-How close to the debt cliff can I get before I fall off?
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Based on the article ‘How Much Student Loan Debt Is Too Much? That question is a game of how close to the edge of the cliff can we get to before we fall … Continue reading
To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. With all the drama going on in Washington over whether to keep student loans’ interest rates at 3.4%, let them double to 6.8%, or adjust them to another rate, what … Continue reading
To receive notifications of new posts, please join our email list. The next few weekends are the time of the year when colleges and universities are celebrating the accomplishments of the senior class as they graduate from school. It’s an … Continue reading
Listen to this Episode Highlights of today’s show: My take on the student loan forgiveness act of 2012 Busting the myth that if you get a college degree you will be successful Education is important, but you can get education outside … Continue reading
JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-Personal Finance A-Z Passive Income, Qualified Retirement Plan, ROTH, and Student Loans
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadListen to this episode Today’s episode marks the one year anniversary of the JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast being released. The show started last November and we have been able to do over 80 episodes … Continue reading
The price of college funding continues to rise. A recent study by the College Board found that the average tuition increase was 6.5% for the 2009-2010 school year. This helps partially explain why the average college student has approximately $23,000 … Continue reading