Today’s post is about the bare minimum steps to take for financial stability. I find that my friends are typically divided into two camps: those that get a kick out of personal finance, and those that prefer to not think about anything related to money […]
Author: Sara C.
Early this week I posted about why I chose to refinance my $190,000 in student loans. Disclaimer: Deciding to refinance your student loans is a personal choice and your best option if you’re unsure what to do is seek out advice from a flat fee […]
This week I’m talking about student loan refinancing. Student loan refinance is a hot topic and for good reason. Numerous millennials graduating between 2009-2015 faced rates of 6.8-7.9% interest on six-figure student loan debts. Loan interest rates have since slowly dropped, but at between 5.29-6.4%, federal […]
“Do you know what a debt snowball is?” I asked Mr. Graduate Investor last night as we were cooking in the kitchen. Mr. Graduate Investor was haphazardly browning chicken sausage while I prepped the rest of the ingredients for dinner. “Sure. It’s when you buy […]
Growing up I was raised in a working-class family in Appalachian Kentucky. My parents were both the first high school and college graduates in my family. We weren’t quite dirt poor (though some of my relatives were), but we didn’t have a lot of money to […]