There’s no right way to handle money – the only thing that is universal is that you need to learn more about it! Here are a bunch of posts that I’ve written over the years that will help you out on your financial journey.
My Student Loan Refinancing Experience. If you want to pay off your student loans as fast as possible, you need to pay less interest. The easiest way to do this is to refinance your student loans down to a lower interest rate. I refinanced my loans three times during the course of my student loan payoff journey. This post explains how it all went down.
Where Should You Put Your Emergency Fund? We all need emergency funds as a buffer for when life happens, but where should you put that money? In this post, I walk you through exactly where I think your emergency fund should go. The great thing – if you follow this post, you’ll find out exactly how to maximize your emergency fund so that you’re getting a guaranteed 5% interest.
Create A Stupid Mistakes Fund. You know about emergency funds, but have you ever thought about creating a stupid mistakes fund? Unless you’ve never done anything stupid in your life, you’ll probably waste money at some point on things that you could’ve avoided. Don’t let that stupid mistake throw you off your money game. This post will explain what a stupid mistakes fund is and why you should have one.
Pay Off Your Student Loans Now – It Doesn’t Get Any Easier Later. The best time to pay off your student loans is when you’re young. You have no expenses, no obligations, and no one expects you to be a baller yet. Take advantage of that moment in time to crush your student loans! It won’t get any easier later.