This is everything you should do BEFORE you starting paying off your student loans early.
We're going over how to save money on your student loans, how to refinance your student loans, and (more importantly) when to NOT refinance your student loans.
So if you want to buy a house, you’re faced with the question of should you pay off debt or buy a house? If you’re trying to decide if you should pay off debt or save for a house, we’re going to answer that exact question in this blog. And we’re also going to cover some tips on how to save money for a house while still down some of your debts.
One person will invest with high fees, low contribution limits, and a big tax bill. While the other person’s investment will grow exponentially with low fees and less taxes. What are you going to do about your low performing retirement strategy?
Are you sick of student loan debts? This SoFi Student Loan Review deep dives everything you need to look out for when refinancing student loans.
Are you considering cashing out your 401k plan early? Unless you know what’s in this blog, you can end up losing 30% of your money. If you want to pull out your money without paying a 401k withdrawal penalty, this blog is going to show you the best way to do just that.
The average American wastes $18,000 per year. This blog is going to go over the things that lose you the most money and how to put more of that money in your pocket.
Having a credit card as a college student allows you to start building credit for your big purchases that you have coming up. We’re going to go over the best credit cards for college students in 2020 for students with little or no credit history and the ones for the best cash back rewards.
Should you refinance your student loans? That’s what we’re answering today. Through one of these private lenders, you could refinance federal student loans or private student loans for better interest rates and terms.
Wondering if you should pay off debt or buy a house? This article will teach you how to do both.