If you have been following our Financial Independence Journey, you know that we have $350K left in studentloan debt. So far we have gotten rid of $650K in debt on our F.I.R.E journey. In this episode, we discuss our unconventional plans for dealing with our student loans – and it’s probably not what you think.
Is it always best to pay your student loans off quickly? Especially if it is a large amount? We’re not so sure….Part of our plans involve utilizing the Public StudentLoan Forgiveness Program for Curt’s loan. The other part of our plans – we contemplate whether we should ever pay of Wendy’s or if we should pay as little as possible for as long as possible and instead use that money to buy income-producing property.
We’d like you to share your thoughts about our plan.
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