I am super excited to let you know that the Student Loan Work Book (Student loan guide, worksheet, PDF, whatever you really want to call it) is finally here.
It is more of a hybrid Ebook and with tons of resources for paying off student loans and debt in general.
To say that I have been working on this for a little would be a hugeee understatement.
Mentally I have been working on it for over a year…
Then, this summer I went down a path of writing a “Student Loan Ebook” but then realized there is enough of those floating around on the internet.
And while we do provide a unique perspective when it comes to student loans, at the end of the day, people want something they can use and apply to their lives.
Our student loan story is unique, but our journey isn’t over, so the Ebook can wait (As it stands, we are $123,000 away from paying off all of our student loans).
Yes, stories are great, but I kept asking, how can I add value??
That is when I kicked around different ideas to give to subscribers. Then it hit me. A student loan workbook or guide that can help even the most novice payoff their student loans.
I wish this was something that was available to me 10 years ago when I graduated from undergrad.
So if you have student loans, get the 17 page PDF. Just enter your email below:
The only catch is that this PDF is only available via email subscription. If you want to subscribe get the e-mail, download the guide book then unsubscribe go ahead.
I don’t send emails often, 2-3 per month on average.
Here is what the Student Loan Guide includes:
- What to expect
- General student loan facts & glossary of common student loan terms
- Our student loan story
- Student loan charts
- Budget chart
- Student loan strategies ranging from simple to complex
- Rules to follow when paying off student loans
How will this help you?
That is a loaded question.
I am not sure how a guide would help you, honestly it is up to you.
With over 8 different student loan strategies that vary in simplicity, it really boils down to how you apply this guide.
Goals, time frame, cash flow, positive monthly income, all of these are factors when it comes to paying off student loans. That being said, the workbook will help you figure all that out.
Here are some screen shots of a few pages from the guide below:
Student Loan Facts & Terms 2018
The student loan glossary and facts section (above) is designed so that even the most novice can start figuring out how student loans work. In 2018 student loan debt topped 1.5 trillion dollars. As a whole, we all got some work to do.
Our Student Loan Story
Our quick student loan story just gives you some insight as to why this guide may help you. I personally believe it all boils down to your personal goals when it comes to how fast you payoff student loans. Our theory – pay them off as fast as possible so you can enjoy the freedom of not having student loans. Oh… and another reasons for sharing our story. While we are not experts, at least you can see how we applied some of these strategies to payoff $140,000 in two years! I also believe seeing some else do something will help you go take action!
Other Student Loan Blog Posts:
Step by Step Student Loan Guide
How do you even begin?
Well it starts with just organizing your student loans. Lining them up, looking at them as a whole, but also separate, will help you start figuring out what to do. Then using the student loan payoff strategies below, you now have a plan of action!
Student Loan Strategies.
Last but not least, the 8 strategies to paying off student loans. From throwing extra cash at them each month to leveraging assets and cash windfalls, I got you covered. No, I am not a financial planner but when we used a debt leveraging concept, we crushed our principal and got ahead of interest. That worked for us. The reason there are 8 strategies is because every person has a unique situation. So read up, use the step by step to see what applies to you and go for it.
So what are you waiting for, grab the 17 page pdf here to help you crush your student loans. If you have any questions about or privacy statement or specific student questions feel free to reach out using the contact me section.