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Student Loan Debt: 6 Steps for Paying it Off (Pt. 3)
July 18, 2014
In conclusion to our three-part blog Student Loan Debt: 6 Steps for Paying it Off, here is some more info regarding what you can do when you are ready to focus on paying off your student loan debt as soon as possible.
Step 5 – Try to generate extra income to put towards paying off student loan debt.
Having extra income to put towards your monthly student loan debt payments can be extremely helpful to getting this debt paid off as soon as possible. Some of the ways you may be able to generate some extra money to put towards your student loan debt payments (or any debt payments, for that matter) include by:
- Getting a part-time or second job
- Finding ways to cut back on your monthly expenses (such as by canceling your cable services, carpooling to work a few days every week, eating at home instead of out, limiting your unnecessary purchases, etc.)
- Selling some of your possessions.
Step 6 – Consider filing for bankruptcy if you have too much other debt and you can’t pay your student loan debt.
If you find yourself so overwhelmed by debt that you are struggling to make your student loan payments (and/or other debt payments), it may be time to consider your options for debt relief – including possibly filing for bankruptcy. Although a bankruptcy won’t discharge your student loan debt, it can be a powerful solution when it comes to:
- Discharging other substantial debts, including credit card debt, medical bill-related debt, mortgage and car loan debt, etc.
- Freeing up income so that you are once again able to make your student loan debt payments
- Preventing creditors from possibly foreclosing on your home, repossessing your assets, garnishing your wages and/or filing lawsuits against you.
For more information regarding whether filing for bankruptcy or pursuing an alternative debt relief solution is the best option for you, don’t hesitate to contact Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyer Jon B. Clarke.
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