JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-What are you doing to better your finances, how students loans are bad debt, and is now the time to refinance?


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On today’s show we discuss whether or not it is a good time to refinance, discuss some feedback I received from some vlog posts I did on the dangers of student loan debt and how some college students get a self-esteem boost from it. In addition, I issue a challenge to the listeners to do something this week to better your finances.  Whether it is simply to sit down and do a budget for the first time or develop a long-term goal of paying off your mortgage, get the ball rolling on bettering your personal finances. Please share what you are doing to better your finances in the comment section below.

To help with deciding whether or not to refinance, please use the refinance breakeven spreadsheet to help you with your decision.  You can find other helpful financial resources on the free financial resources page

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