Getting married should be the best day in your life filled with fun and excitement as you look towards your future together. However, when saying “I Do” with student loans, there are a few questions you should ask before you march down the aisle.

If you've got student loans, here are some things you need to know about your student loan before you get married.

It seems like there are an endless amount of student loan repayment options these days. So many different varieties, not to mention private loans and all of the refinancing companies like SoFi.

Do you know what type of repayment plan you have? You should, because that’s pretty important to know before you get married.

Can getting married impact your student loan payment…yes, and maybe. It’s never a simple answer, right?

On This Podcast Episode:

  • I’m dishing what you need to know before you say “I Do”
  • It all starts with knowing what type of student loan you currently have, and what the income situation is going to look like once you get married
  • Let’s also talk about those important money dates to get on the same page
  • Some steps to talk to find out the impact marriage will have on your budget

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