How to Become Wealthy and Reach Financial Independence Faster This Year

If we knew what was going to happen in 2023, we could position our portfolios for maximum growth. But you don’t need to do that. There are some really great things going on with the investment climate. Combine that with the superpower you’ve got with your education and degree, and you can secure more financial freedom and choices for your family. You can’t predict the future, but you can take steps to make 2023 a year of explosive wealth growth for you. In today’s episode, you'll find out: What is the superpower you have with your education and degree The circumstances around the last time we had inflation take off around 1968 Are we going to have a recession in 2023 Why inflation might not be good, even if you’re a student loan debt holder The importance of diversification What happens if you have low interest rates vs. high interest rates What’s going on in investing right now How professional degrees are more protected from the economy than bachelor’s degrees Some risks you might see in 2023 Whether you can continue to invest at the same level you were before How to achieve outrageous financial success in the new year   Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Follow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts  Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn   Feeling helpless when it comes to your student loans? Try our free student loan calculator Check out our refinancing bonuses we negotiated Book your custom student loan plan Do you have a question about student loans? Leave us a voicemail here or email us at and we might feature it in an upcoming show!

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Travis helps you navigate the insane world of student loans, especially if you owe $50,000 to $1 million. If you've ever spent too much time on the phone with your loan servicer, this is the show for you. Every week we share tips on loan forgiveness, investing, crushing debt, and how to get to financial freedom when you owe more than most people's mortgage.