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No More Harvard Debt: A Mission to Destroy $90k of Debt in Ten Months

This is a direct blog-to-ebook conversion of the popular No More Harvard Debt blog found at nomoreharvarddebt.com and featured on CNN Money, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, The Huffington Post, Yahoo! Finance, The Dave Ramsey Show, and countless other media outlets. This book chronicles a Harvard graduate’s self-imposed mission to seek financial freedom by paying down his oppressive $90k of student debt in ten months instead of 15 years. With a mortgage, two cars, a motorcycle, and monthly entertainment expenses of $1,300, he doesn’t have the slightest clue how he’ll maintain his standard of living and pay off his student loans early with an after-tax salary of $74k, but he’s willing to give it a shot and share the adventure with readers along the way.

Destroy Student Debt: A Combat Guide to Freedom

This book explains the details of the battle plan I used to reverse my free-spending lifestyle and take on $90k of student debt in a seven-month fight and win.

Subtle tips and advice can be gleaned from my other ebook, a 440-page direct conversion of my self-reflective blog (nomoreharvardddebt.com) that I maintained while I was paying off my student loans, but I wrote this current book from the ground up to explicitly help others get out of debt. The themesare more universal, the tone is far more prescriptive, and the content includes only the essentials of what you really need to know to wage all-out war on your student debt and walk away victorious.

 

External Sites

yescollege.com - Focuses on helping students and parents find out about scholarships, getting into college, and navigating all the financial pitfalls that are now all-too-common. This site offers informative articles covering everything from standardized test preparation, to the weirdest scholarships you can think of.

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