So as you’ve been checking out the new site, I just wanted to let you know that I’ve been working really hard to create more valuable content for you. The M$M readership is pretty cool in that there are a lot of different people with totally unique backgrounds and financial situations.
My goal is to produce relevant student loan info for all of you
I know that a large reason that I’ve had so much success with this site early is that I focused on some of the more “uncomfortable” parts of having student loans (i.e. living with your parents, driving crappy cars, etc.).
Instead of being scared of talking about stuff that other people would be embarrassed about, I put it out there and owned it with my story of paying off $40k on a teacher’s salary. So far, the approach has worked pretty well and helped inspire a lot of people in the process.
One of the things that I think we can all agree about in regards to student loans is that the information out there can be really confusing! There are various programs with different stipulations, requirements, and restrictions.
I’ve teamed up with my friends at LendEDU to deliver some very simple, easy to reference information to all of you with student loans in this guide. It’s a four day email course that will cover student loan forgiveness programs, repayment options, pros and cons of refinancing loans, and more.
Here’s a quick outline of the course:
Day 1: Avoiding Student Loan Scams
Day 2: Student Loan Repayment Options
Day 3: Should You Refinance Your Student Loans?
Day 4: Student Loan Forgiveness Programs
Free M$M Course - Destroy Your Student Debt
You'll receive information on how to get rid of your student loans and two free gifts!
You can subscribe to the course above, and you’ll get two free infographics that are yours to keep and reference as needed. Once you take the course, feel free to give me a shout and let me know what else could be covered in the course so I can create the content and help everyone out by adding it in.
This is definitely not a finished product, and any input you could provide would be freaking awesome.
I hope this valuable to you – if you’ve gotten this far down in this post and don’t actually have student loans (which is great BTW), feel free to share this with someone you know who does!