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May 16, 2012 11:53 AM Subscribe
"A Harvard MBA Pays Down $101K Of Debt."
posted by zarq (194 comments total)
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Two years after he graduated from Harvard with an MBA, Joe Mihalic, now manager of strategic alliances and business development at Dell, vowed to do “everything in my power–short of lying, cheating, and stealing–to pay down" his student loan debt, (then totaling 90K,) "in the next ten months.” After applying for a weekend delivery job, he also decided to chronicle the steps he was taking on a blog: "No More Harvard Debt
." First page of posts is here
. Penultimate post explains his process: "Mission Accomplished."
From the "Mission Accomplished" post:
"...there were definitely some contextual factors at play here. My income was higher than the average household income of $50k and I lived in a city that has a relatively low cost of living. I was also single and childless, so the lifestyle changes I made were generally victimless."