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    How to Payoff Your Student Loans Fast

    How to pay off your student loans fast In this video, I walk you through the specific steps I used to pay off over $65k in student loans as well as shed consumer debt totaling over $72,500. If you’d like to hear more about the story, please also like and subscribe to my channel as well as listen in to my weekly new podcast, now available on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Breaker, PocketCasts, Anchor, and Radio Public.  I share inspiring stories of women in business and discuss the relationship women have with money through interviews and personal stories. Write it all down Creating wealth starts by paying off your balances.…

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    How I Paid off $135k in Student Loans

        My Interview with Ashley Brooke  I recently had the privilege of coming across Ashley’s post about paying off her student loans and I knew that I had to learn her story. Ashley and I chatted briefly about why she wanted to pay off her student loans and how she did it over email and messages. Ashley’s sweet and positive personality seeped through our brief interaction and I am so glad I’m finally getting to share her story. If you’d like to read about my financial journey towards student loan freedom click here. What motivated you to start paying off your student loans?  When I made my first student…

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    What Collection Agencies Won’t Tell You

    We all wish that collections were not part of our lives. We wish we had perfect credit along with perfect teeth and a killer Instagram bod. Okay, so maybe your credit has some bumps and bruises. The good news is that with these collection agency tips, you can improve your credit and get rid of those pesky calls. How collection agencies work Collections are defined as past due payments on debts that have been sold from the original creditor. Past due payments are considered any late payments past 30, 60, 90, and 120 days. Collections are considered deragotory credit marks, meaning that they can drag your credit score down. Read more…