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Free eBook! Get Through College Without Any Debt!


How would you like to get your college diploma and have absolutely no debt? Can you imagine how far ahead this would put you in life? Instead of rushing out to find a job before your student loans come due, you could carefully select the occupation that suits your future goals and dreams, which will undoubtedly propel you into a more successful career than the majority of your classmates; all because you have no debts to pay.

I wrote this book for almost every walk of life. Are you a parent to a newborn? A middle schooler? A high schooler? A college student? A graduate who has debt? Or, maybe you have a close relationship with a child that fits one of these categories. This book was written for you!

Parent of a Newborn

Did you know that the cost of college is increasing by 7% every year? That means that if 4 years of college costs $80,000 today (which is probably estimating on the low side), it will cost you $280,000 in 18 years! Now that’s one big scary number. If you are a parent and you want to help pay for some of your child’s tuition, I suggest that you start saving money now. Not sure where to invest? Everything you need to know is in this free book, “The Debt Free Degree”.

Children in Middle School or High School

If you have a child that’s currently in middle school or high school, believe it or not, college is just around the corner. If they properly prepare for their college years, it is actually quite simple to get a free ride to any college of their choice!

This is information that I wish somebody would have told me about when I was a kid. Instead of working my butt off through college and eating nothing but cereal and pizza, I could have really focused on school and excelled far beyond the average. If you want to get the best education possible and leave from school without any debt, you’ll want to read, “The Debt Free Degree”.

Children in College

You might already be in college, watching your debts rise with each passing semester. Did you know that the average student graduates with over $20,000 in debt? You might think that you’ll land an amazing job and be able to pay off your debts in less than a year, but this is not typically the case. For most graduates, their debt sticks with them for nearly 10 years! I suggest that you stear clear of being average. Take care of your debt while you’re still in college. It is absolutely possible! Find out how in my book, “The Debt Free Degree”.

Student Loans After College

Perhaps you’ve already graduated from college and you have student loan payments every month. Wouldn’t it be great to just get rid of them once and for all?! It’s 100% doable. Follow the easy steps in my book, “The Debt Free Degree” and you could get rid of all those loans in less time than you ever thought possible!

How Do You Get The Book?

If you are already a subscriber, just leave a comment below that says something like, “send me the book” or “gotta have it” or “gimme gimme”… and I’ll send the free copy to your email address (that is, if that email address is already on my subscriber list).

If you don’t currently subscribe, it’s completely free. Just subscribe here by entering your email, or place your email in the subscriber box toward the upper right side of this window (above the picture of the book). You’ll then receive a confirmation email with a link to the book! It’s as easy as that.

I hope you enjoy the read!



My name is Derek, and I have my Bachelors Degree in Finance from Grand Valley State University. After graduation, I was not able to find a job that fully utilized my degree, but I still had a passion for Finance! So, I decided to focus my passion in the stock market. I studied Cash Flows, Balance Sheets, and Income Statements, put some money into the market and saw a good return on my investment. As satisfying as this was, I still felt that something was missing. I have a passion for Finance, but I also have a passion for people. If you have a willingness to learn, I will continue to teach.


  1. Congrats on finishing the ebook! I’d love to take a look.

  2. I’ld like it too. Thankjs.

  3. gotta have it!!! Thanks!

  4. Yes, please! 6 kiddos!

  5. I always need more information for future use.

  6. I’d love to check it out 🙂

  7. While I haven’t read the shook yet I just want to let people know it is a very attainable goal. I graduated debt free with a couple thousand to spare thanks to working, scholarships and some help from my parents. It is possible!

  8. Giemme gimme

  9. I have a kindergartner. Maybe we have time! I’d love to take a look.

  10. Well this would be good for me to read! 2 thru college and two to go!

  11. I and my girls could use this book. Thanks

  12. ok, send it on.. i’d love to pay them off…

  13. would like the book 🙂

  14. Please send me the ebook. I would be very interested to read it. We have already helped pay for college for two children. Now we are starting to look at colleges for our youngest son who is a senior in high school.

  15. Would love to read the book, have 2 to help thru college yet and would love to go back myself

  16. My daughter did graduate owing just under $3,000 but then received a generous gift from my Dad that helped to pay it off.
    My son has not decided to go to college right now… but I’d love some ideas to help him out if/when the time arised.
    Thank you!

  17. would love hints on getting the toddler thru college without going broke.

  18. It’s doable! I paid off $30k of student loans in 9 months! My sister will be a senior in college this year and has a big chunk of student loans hanging over her head. I’d love to send it her way.

  19. I’m so excited about this book! Please send me a copy! 🙂

  20. I need this book.

  21. At a JC right now. I need to read this!!

  22. Gotta have it! Thanks!

  23. Please email me the book! I need some student loan debt relief.Thanks!

    • Sent it to your email. Enjoy! And thanks for subscribing!

  24. Gotta have it! Will be in school for 3 years and need debt relief! Thanks!

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