In today's episode I sit down with Dylan Bain to discuss the topic of student debt and how you can pay it off as quickly and efficiently as possible.
We also discuss how there's no such thing as "good" or "bad" debt.
How various credit card companies prey on students to get them into debt?
And how how past traumas affect your spending habits today?
If you enjoyed todays episode be sure to check out the previous episodes I did with Dylan in season 1 "How To Do Well In A Job Interview" and in season 2 "How to Professionally Network"
Be sure to check out Dylan's podcast "Fiscally Savage" here: https://fiscallysavage.com
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Dylan Bain is a Certified Public Accountant and Financial Coach who took long way to success. Arising from a bankruptcy and foreclosure, living paycheck to paycheck and on government assistance, Dylan found a path out of poverty and into financial success.