All types of working professionals refinance their student loans, but we tend to see one type frequently – lawyers. The average law school graduate may have a good job waiting for them but they also have a mountain of debt to pay off. Law school is notoriously expensive with the price tag averaging $97K. For this … Continue reading Refinancing Your Law School Loans
“Just consolidate them.” When Cecily Ferris, a lawyer from Columbus, Ohio, asked how to begin repaying her student loans, those were the three words of advice she received. “It can feel like you’re never going to get out from under them, but [a plan] helps.” With law school in the six-figure range, now is … Continue reading Stop Deliberating and Start Refinancing Student Loans
At Purefy, our team chats with all types of people looking to save money on their student loans. Everyone wants to know all of their options and what student loan refinancing option is the best fit for them. We wanted to provide our readers with the top 5 questions (and answers) we get when discussing student loan … Continue reading The Top 5 Student Loan Refinancing Questions
The right time to ask for a promotion Recently a friend of mine (who is a delivery driver for a reputable distributor) came over for dinner and couldn’t stop complaining about his job: “I work twice as hard – and get half as much – as the salesmen and he gets the promotion.” He went … Continue reading Career Focus: Asking for a Promotion
By Zack Friedman Founder & CEO, Make Lemonade Zack Friedman is the founder and CEO of Make Lemonade, a personal finance website with free financial tips, tools and reviews to help save you money on your student loans, personal loans, investing, banking, mortgages, credit cards and more. Zack is a personal finance and student loan … Continue reading How A Fixed Interest Rate Can Save You Money
Snowball vs. Avalanche Method Student Loan Refinancing at Your Speed Taking the “next step in life” puts a lot more on your plate. You’re; getting a new car, upgrading your home, having a baby, and of course you still have student loans… and it’s costing real money. Having a good line of credit can … Continue reading Paying Down your Debt, which method do you use?