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Jun 27, 2017

Chances are if you’re listening to this podcast, you have some student loan debt.

Having worked exclusively with dentists for most of my professional career, it’s not common for me to see aspiring practice owners coming out of school with 400-500k in student loan debt, and that’s only for a dental license!

While we can debate whether or not the large costs are justified, the reality is, without a student loan plan of attack, you’ll be stuck making payments for the rest of your life.

Which is why I’m excited to share my conversation with Travis Hornsby, founder of StudentLoanPlanner.com

Travis has helped hundreds of professionals take control of their finances and student loan debt -- and has an incredible track record of helping his clients become debt free.

Even if you’re fortunate to have paid off your student loans, I know you’ll find a lot of actionable insight from our conversation.

[su_note note_color="#028000 " text_color="#ffffff " radius="5"] Need help staying on top of your student loans? You'll love Travis's Student Loan Calculator designed to help you pay off debt faster. Click here to get access. [/su_note]

Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode:

  • How Travis got into helping others with their student loan debt (hint: it involves his significant other)
  • How being featured in Business Insider skyrocketed his career.
  • What he’s learned from advising over 82 million in student loan debt collectively amongst his clients.
  • Practical ways anyone can save money to help pay off their student loans faster.

And much more.

This Episode Was Brought To You By...

As a CPA for dentists, I get a lot of questions about which banks offer both the best rates and service for current and future practice owners and I virtually always recommend Bank of America. As such, I've teamed up to with Bank of America because I believe they are the best at what they do and want to help you get the best dental loan possible.

If you're interested in learning more based on what I discussed on the show, simply text "BankLoan" to the number 33444, and I'll put you in touch with my direct contact at BOA. There's no catch, or obligation if you decide it's not for you after learning more. I'm also happy to answer any questions you might have.

Full disclosure -- If you move forward with this goes to help me continue making the Start Your Dental Practice podcast the best podcast and resource for dental practice owners.

Free Episode Bonus

A special thanks for Travis coming on the show. Chances are good, you may need a hand with your student loan debt.

While many choose to “worry about it later” as Travis shows, taking action now can save you a ton of time and headaches later down the road.

Travis obviously knows what he’s doing, having helped hundreds of people pay down their debt and as a bonus for today, he’s offered his incredibly popular student loan debt calculator which helps you get clear on how to pay your debt off.

I spent some time playing around with it, and it’s fantastic.

Click here to access bonus.


Quote: 

Being debt free is incredibly powerful psychologically - Travis Hornsby

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