Student Loans Prevent Saving for Retirement

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By the time the average American reaches retirement age, they have saved roughly $60,000 for retirement.

During the working years, Americans are racking up and servicing debt – mortgages, auto loans, credit card balances, medical bills, and decades in school loans.

While Social Security figures to provide a monthly income, even when coupled with the savings average, most Americans will be servicing debt throughout their retirement years.

This is not the American dream…

The country’s school debt balance grows daily, with more people holding more debt – currently around $1.5 trillion.

The dream of a comfortable, affordable retirement seems further and further away. It seems hopelessly unattainable.

Based on the way student loans traditionally are repaid, people aren’t able to both pay off their debt and save for retirement. And, if they don’t pay off their debt, they have little hope for retirement.

Right now, the magic of compound interest is on the side of the creditor, whether it be for school loans, credit card debt, auto loans, mortgages, or medical bills.

But, the tables can be turned…

The magic of compound interest can be moved to your side…

You can pay off all debt, not just school debt, while using those same funds to save for retirement…

You can have a comfortable, affordable retirement…

Let us show you how.

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