an easy guide to student loan refinancing that can help save you thousands.
Student debt? I hear ya.
Student loan refinancing seems like…a lot. A big process with a lot of options that you just don’t want to get wrong.
I totally get it. That’s why I procrastinated and didn’t refinance for 18 months. In those 18 months I really overpaid – like the price of a glorious vacation, overpaid. But once I researched it, I got it, loved it, and it was so easy.
Let’s make sure that procrastination doesn’t happen to you, ok?
Here’s a quick and easy guide that will help you:
Is it right for you?
Refinancing isn’t the right solution for everyone. This guide will help you figure out if it’s right for you.
Understand exactly what you’re getting into. Because the details are kind of important.
Get the right deal
Make sure you know what to look for when you shop around
Seriously. Procrastination can be expensive. Let’s put an end to that here, k?
On the fence?
I get it. But let me lay out my street cred.
While money might be boring, it’s kind of my thing. With a degree in econ, my CPA, and my MBA from Duke, I’ve always had a love of putting dollars into a good old spreadsheet. But what I didn’t love was the tone most people take with money. And how over-complicated simple concepts can become.
I’ve made my mistakes, and I share them so you can avoid the same traps. But I’ve also done some great things with my money: I paid off $120k in student loan debt and most importantly, I’ve learned how to use money as a tool to live a great life.
So let’s ditch that money guilt.