October 2, 2022


Its all about the school

Investing Accounts Priority for Student Loan Borrowers (Ranked)

8 min read

How would you rank investing accounts in order for student loan borrowers? What should we prioritize? This is a frequently asked question Student Loan Planner gets a lot. In this video, we go over the investing accounts that borrowers should prioritize as you enter your student loan repayment and debt free journey.

0:48 First don’t default, pay what you have to (impact to credit)
1:11 Get employer match
1:35 Pay off credit card debt
1:57 Get $5k in the bank
2:07 Set up $100 a month in a brokerage acct
2:50 Get 6 months expenses
3:40 Max retirement
4:30 Put $1000 a month in a brokerage
5:43 Pay off student debt / invest more, YOUR CHOICE
7:06 Mortgages come after student debt because of potential tax benefit

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