Jesse started her first business in her parents garage selling t-shirts at 16. She hasn't looked back since. Why does she insist on being an entrepreneur? "If you... have this goal of having an impact on the world... then you might as well jump in and do it from scratch." So cool! Along the way, she racked up $30k in student debt and true to her entrepreneur spirit, got rid of it in 12 months through some unconventional ways. Hear her experience on money and startuphood!
Work for a government or non-profit organization? You may be eligible to have part of your student loans forgiven. Jan Miller, student loan consultant, explains the requirements and the necessary steps you need to take to qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program.
How should you prioritize your finances? Pay off your credit card debt or student loans first? Kristen Euretig, financial advisor for young professionals, says depends on your situation but also shares general rules of thumb. We'll also dive into what is and when you can tap into an emergency fund.
Have you ever panicked and thought to yourself, "uh oh, I need to get my money act together!" Well, you're certainly not alone. Join me and Kristen Euretig, financial advisor for young professionals, to explore what life events often trigger these financial worries and how to cultivate a more balanced relationship with your money.