Don't Let Student Loan Debt Get in The Way of Financial Success

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If you find yourself in a position of not being able to pay off your student loan debt and save for your future, you’re not alone. According to the New York Federal Reserve, more than two million student loan borrowers have student loan debt greater than $100,000, with approximately 415,000 of them carrying student loan debt in excess of $200,000.


Here are some steps you can take to help eliminate your student loan debt:


1. Make a Budget


Do you have a budget that you’re following each month? If not, create one today! With a monthly budget you can track where you are spending your money and where you can cut back. Then take your savings and put it towards your student loans!


2. Pay More Than the Minimum


It’s no secret that paying the minimum each month will not get you far. By paying more than the minimum you can attack the principal at a quicker rate. Then your loans will be paid off faster.

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Roland Gagne
Pension Professionals
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