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Tune in Friday's at 9AM Pacific to hear Best Selling Author, Award Winning Speaker, and Biology-based Success Architect Heather Wagenhals interview the hottest minds in productivity, entrepreneurship, budgeting, personal finance, investing, psychology, and personal development to help you get your MoneyMind©Right. Past guests include: celebrity guests like Larry Winget of A & E’s Big SpenderMillion Dollar Listing BRAVO's Chris Leavitt, and Sharon Lechter co-author Rich Dad Poor Dad. Our lineup of guests includes T. Harv Eker author of Secrets of the Millionaire MindNathaniel Branden the Father of Self-Esteem, Chicken Soup for the Soul magnate Mark Victor Hansen, real estate expert Jason HartmanKiana Danial the Invest Diva, Mastering Happiness coach Dr. Joel Wade, Consumer Credit Counselor Thomas Nitzsche, serial entrepreneur Tom Corson-Knowles, frugal living expert Sara Tetreault, publishing tycoon Steve Forbes, Top-ranked market analyst Jim Woods and many more.

Sep 1, 2017

Brad Williams, President of Brad Williams Financial Services joins Heather Wagenhals, host of Unlock Your Wealth Radio to discuss crushing student loan debt and what you can do to make repayment simple.

In this interview Brad reminds listeners of the impact student loan debt has on your long-term finances,

as this debt does not go away and necessary consequences can be taken if you don’t pay your loans! Find out those long-term consequences and more on student loan debt as Brad continues to advise listeners with his expertise.

Tune in to this interview as Brad answers student loan questions,

which several million Americans are concerned about these days, including the life span of student loan debt and how one can financially prepare for the their future in student loans.
The key question to ask yourself and your children: Is the degree I’m going after worth the amount of money I’m going to spend? As the average student loan debt is $35,000, plus interest, that is a question you must really consider as you or your child enrolls into college.