Escape From Student Loans: How Two Educators Paid Off $17,831.65 in 54 Days

Hero

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6 Responses

  1. I love reading other student loan successes. I did the same thing when I was in the home stretch and ended up pulling out a bunch of cash in my emergency savings. Just wanted to get them done and felt that I’d feel much better using my emergency fund that way.

  2. Living without restaurant meals, fancy coffees, soap, shampoo and soap is quite do’able, but no beer!! How did you do it man? I don’t know about you but some some sacrifices are just too hard to make hehe.

    Good on ya guys for doing what it took to kick this ball and chain into the past. Just apply the same strategy to a mortgage and you’ll have that paid off as soon as which leaves you pretty well set up for life.

    It’s a good feeling seeing that zero balance on the loan statement isn’t it.

  3. Ahh, congrats on paying off those loans! That’s no small feat. 🙂

    We’re tackling our $65,000 of student loans in 18 months. It’s a whirlwind, but hot diggity, does it feel good to see those balances get lower each month.

    • Hero says:

      Thanks, Mrs. PP! Making those large extra payments was definitely my favorite part of the journey. You’ll have quite the post headline when you journey is complete!

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