How can you get motivated to kill your student loan when there’s nothing you can actually see, other than some numbers?
Killing your student loan is such an abstract thing that it can be really hard to visualize your progress. Especially if you’re not a numbers person. If you’re a visual learner, you’d be missing out big time. What can you do?
- Create a big colorful poster for the refrigerator, showing your loan balance
- Fiddle with spreadsheets to chart your progress
- Use a free online tool to literally SEE your loan balance falling, in minutes
‘Nuff said. I just discovered this tool the other day on Google, and it is magnificent.
It’s called “Tuition.IO” – and the name is just about as clever as the tool. Get it? “tuition I owe”? Here’s what it does:
- sync with your existing student loan account provider (i.e. Sallie Mae),
- grab your loan data, and
- create some impressive graphs that show you how much faster your loan dies if you pay extra
It’s simple and genius. Setup took me less than 5 minutes, and I was instantly impressed with the visual overview of my loans, especially the slider button showing me the power of changing my repayment amount.
I was so excited that I went ahead and created a 5-minute video tutorial explaining how to sign up for this free service, how to sync your loan accounts, and what it all looks like once set up.
I will definitely be using this every month to track my progress, and I HIGHLY recommend for anyone fighting off their student loans.
Click here to watch the 5-minute video, and here to get your own account!
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It’s painful having Sallie Mae loans and no idea how to deal with them.
For a few years, I totally ignored the problem because I didn’t want to deal with it.
My situation eventually forced me to face and deal with it head on. That’s when I dug in, learned some tricks, and stumbled on an attack plan that really works.
I’ve spent the last year writing about this, learning from other folks dealing with the same drama, and have packed the strategy into a short, sweet eBook. You vs Sallie was finally launched yesterday on Amazon.com!
For the average Sallie Mae borrower, I’ve worked out that this little book can easily give you a 78x return on investment even if helps you pay off your loan only one month early.
If you have no plan to pay off your student loan, I wrote this book for you.
Take 60 seconds now, and go have a peek at it.
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You know the sick feeling you get just before you log in to SallieMae.com to check your student loan balance?
Like when you haven’t checked in a few months, and fear you’ll discover that they’ve screwed you by applying your extra payments to interest, not principal?
What would it feel like to know Sallie won’t be getting the jump on you ever again? Well, there is a way to achieve this, and it’s simpler than you think.
Take 15 minutes to read Chapter 7 of my eBook, How to never get screwed by Sallie Mae again. In it, I share the antidote. Click the link, and the PDF will open in your browser; you can download and keep it, and even share it if you want.
The price for this information is this– please leave a comment to let me know how you’ve been screwed by Sallie before, and what you’re going to do about it now.