Audio: Talking College Finances with Zina Kumok from Debt Free After Three

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Check out this podcast where Zina Kumok joins us to chat about budgeting, paying off debt, and college finances. She runs and writes about a variety of topics for millennials related to personal finance and budgeting, stemming from her own personal experience of paying off her student loans. features courses that take you through a step-by-step process of how you can pay off your student loans. Paying for college while continuing to enjoy life can seem like a struggle, but Zina is sharing her best tips. This podcast covers:

  • About Zina and her blog, Debt Free After Three
  • How she paid off her loans
  • Sacrifices to pay off loans
  • Traveling and living on a budget
  • Social acceptance with living on a budget
  • An online course available called "Student Loan Knock Out"
  • What Zina wishes she did to pay for college
  • Personal financial coaching
  • Her top finance skill
  • The importance of having a positive mentality with finance and debt

Stay tuned for more Experian podcasts at this year's FinCon 2017 with industry professionals.

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