We’re joined by student loan repayment expert, Meagan McGuire! I don’t think there is anyone else we know who understands the intricacies of student loans more than Meagan. She’s been in the finance industry for more than 13 years and she has the bragging rights of being the first Certified Student Loan Professional in the state of Georgia back when we met several years ago. And the timing couldn’t be better to have an in depth conversation with Meagan as there have been so many changes, new laws, and guidelines in the student loan space- where are things with forgiveness, or what is the current status of the payment pause? We’re lucky to have Meagan answer those questions, plus many more today!

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