There are 37 million Americans with student loan debt and they are looking for one thing…answers. In School Loans Gone, Christopher T. Lawson describes methods and techniques for eliminating student loan debt fast. This is real world information that really works for real people who don’t have rich parents or six-figure salaries. When you follow the simple step-by-step instructions outlined in these pages you will see; your student loan balances fall faster than ever before, your stress levels decrease, and life choices that you thought were out of reach suddenly return as viable options that you can realistically pursue. This book is a gold mine of practical, hands-on information that will show you:
- How to make your student loan balances go down rapidly each month using the money you already earn.
- How to relieve the enormous financial stress on yourself and your marriage that the debt has created by knowing exactly what you have to do and the specific steps you need to take to get completely out of debt in the shortest possible time.
- How to identify the needs versus the wants in your spending plan so you can expand your financial choices and options without increasing your income.
- How to build a proper spending plan so you can pay off your student loans and still be able to eat and live a decent lifestyle.
- Strategies for on-going financial organization, recordkeeping, and progress tracking.
- How to clarify your goals, values, and vision so that you get the things done that really matter in your life without waiting for your student loans to be paid off.
- How to create and maintain an emergency savings account even if your money routinely runs out before the end of your month.
- How to give yourself an immediate breath of fresh air if you really feel like you are drowning right now.
- How to build a complete financial inventory of everything you have to work with to accomplish your goals.(Hint: it’s more than you think.)
School Loans Gone A Step By Step System for Turbo Charging Your Current Income Saving Thousands in Interest Payments and Becoming Comp