This tip is so important… I simply can’t stress it enough. It centers around my biggest pet peeve: college students who don’t know how much they’re borrowing in student loans.
Sound like you? I’m not entirely surprised, because it’s true of most college students with loans. It simply doesn’t feel like something very important. I mean, you’ll worry about it when you graduate, right?
Wrong. That’s how I thought, until one day, early in my junior year, I actually dug up my student-loan-dirt, and calculated how much I owed. And holy-moley, the number was so bad, I dropped out of school. Not even kidding.
That doesn’t have to happen to you. This tip is deceptively short and sweet because… I’m just repeating myself. I’ve already written about this:
Read it. Do it. That’s your money tip for this week. If you have loans, this tip is so much more important than all the rest. In fact, if you do this tip, and none of the others, consider yourself having earned an A- in my class. Because you’re way above average… just by getting a handle on what you owe.