Ready to pay off your student loans?
Our Student Loan Analysis is a comprehensive process that will help you answer all of your student loan questions. We will review everything and crunch the numbers. We’ll personally explain the advantages and disadvantages of various strategies, present key decision points, and answer all of your questions at no cost to you.*
We can help you:
- Establish your eligibility for specific federal student loan repayment plans
- Project your potential benefit from federal loan forgiveness programs
- Recommend for or against federal student loan consolidation
Student loan debt is having a profound impact on the daily lives and spending of Americans. While many borrowers may never run into problems with their loan, just having that much debt is a burden.
I’m finding that many of the individuals and families that I serve, and those surveyed by the American Student Assistance (ASA), are delaying delaying major life events like getting married, purchasing a first home, starting a family, and saving for retirement, because of their student loan debt.
When you have an overwhelming amount of student loan debt, the only reasonable course of action is to aggressively pursue more income. This brings more stress, anxiety and financial pressure.
I’ve presented on this very specific topic at major conferences and even wrote a blog post where you can find some good tools that may help you out. Click here to read it.
Today, there are a number of options available to student loan borrowers, and each choice made affects how much they’ll spend in total interest. Some of these options are further affected by student loan legislation, which is constantly evolving. The net cost from these mistakes can add up to over a hundred thousand dollars in interest paid over the course of the loan.
Our 15 minute, no cost and no obligation discussion may help you if:
- You’re sick and tired of worrying about your student loans.
- You’re ready to have a master plan to eliminate for your student loans.
- Your monthly repayment can be considered a rent or mortgage payment.
- Your total student loan debt is more than one year’s salary.
- You feel you’re not making good progress.
- You’re comfortable with the payments but it seems an inefficient use of money.
- You’re considering refinancing or consolidating your loans.
- You’re trying to pursue public student loan forgiveness (PSLF).
- You’re planning on marrying, or recently married someone with student loan debt.
- You feel that your student loan debt is prohibiting you from traveling, planning vacations, buying a home, and/or starting a family.
If this sounds like you, take the first step and schedule a complimentary call with us.
If you’re not ready to work with us, that’s okay. Reach out to us anyway. We do our best to answer questions in a timely manner. Your inquiry is 100% confidential and we’ll only reach out to you as it pertains to your questions or comments.
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Schedule Your FREE 15 Minute Student Loan Strategy Session
*Limited to individuals or couples without an existing client-advisor relationship. Subject to availability. Subject to change with no advance warning.
Anthony T. Reynolds, CFP®, ChFC®
Hello, my name is Anthony. Most people call me by my first name, except when I’m in uniform. Then it’s Captain Reynolds or just “Reynolds”.
That’s because when I’m not helping clients plan for their financial future as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, I hold a position as company commander in the Iowa National Guard.
At my core, I love helping people and I love planning. I coach individuals and families on how to devise a plan for their financial future and I feel pride in shaping the careers of young soldiers as a company commander (the most humbling experience you’ll ever have). If I’m not doing one of those things, you’ll find me geeking out by showing people how their new tech gadget can help improve their lives. I’m proud to say I’m a CFP®, a veteran and a lover of technology.