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A woman celebrates the death of a $102G loans for college students with a graveyard photo shoot

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She is a serious “killing.”

A New York woman has recently celebrated the “death” of her student loans, with a burial-inspired photo shoot in a historic cemetery. This, after the repayment of $102,000 in the six-year period.

Last week, Mandy, We shared on Facebook that she had finally paid off the loan in its education costs at California University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Pittsburgh and, after graduating from college in 2013, with $ 75,000 in debt, and “Good Morning America” reports.

THAT WAS PRE-RECORDED THE FUNERAL, A MESSAGE FROM THE GRAVE TO GIVE THE FAMILY ONE LAST SMILE,

The 27-year-old’s man — they brought it to life with a spooky photo’s We are in a black outfit, happily posing with the “102K” inside Manhattan’s Trinity Church Cemetery and is starting to gain traction on social media, with 1,400 likes and more than 230 shares held on a Tuesday afternoon.

A New York woman has recently celebrated the “death” of her student loans, with a burial-inspired photo shoot in a historic graveyard, after the repayment of $102,000 in the six-year period.
(Mike Arrison Photography

THAT WAS PRE-RECORDED THE FUNERAL, A MESSAGE FROM THE GRAVE TO GIVE THE FAMILY ONE LAST SMILE,

“Ding dong, my loans are in death,” We began. “It is with great pleasure that I announce the death of my student loans. On August 2, 2019 at the latest, after 6 years I finally got one of them to be killed. It was a slow death, but it was worth every bit of the struggle.”

As the author pointed out that the move to the Big Apple after graduation, ready to work hard for to pay off the debt. Compared to the $1,000 they are owed, the monthly minimum for “to rent,” he said to the woman, and that she “hustled like hell and never missed a payment and, with perseverance, or even a dismissal if they are ‘jobs is not based on what I really wanted, what I could wear for the next five years.

“Then last fall, something inside me snapped. … I just wanted to thank everyone who is a little bit more. I want to start saving money for my future. A house as well. Kids. Have a life,” Velez said. “That’s why I made a decision, I’m debt-free by 30. I am proud to say that I accomplished my goal two years early.”

Compared to the $1,000 they are owed, the monthly minimum for “to rent,” he said to the woman, and that she “hustled like hell and never missed a payment and, with perseverance, or even a dismissal if they are ‘jobs is not based on what I really wanted, what I could wear for the next five years.
(Mike Arrison Photography

Doubling down on its target, Velez, who works as a senior social media editor, ” she said, lived on less than one-third of her monthly salary, and eat a diet of salad, eggs, chicken and rice, he said “no” to them — even bypassing a number of plans with their loved ones, and extended over a number of tasks, including babysitting, working at night as well as a tv extra and the dogs until my feet literally bled,” in all kinds of weather in order to make her dream a reality.

“There was nothing underneath me,” Velez wrote.

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With her eye on the ultimate prize, the determined woman was able to pay off $32,000 in just eight months.
(Mike Arrison Photography

With her eye on the ultimate prize, the determined woman was able to pay off $32,000 in just eight months.

“Was it that easy? No, no. Worth it? I’m smiling in a cemetery. 102K been lifted off my back. You’re telling me,” she wrote on Facebook.

Moving forward, We said that she hopes that her story will inspire others to realize that they can free themselves of student loan debt on their own terms and conditions, and, if they are in a position to have to do the hard work and sacrifice.

“I’m hoping that if [others in the student debt] to be able to be, they are inspired to tackle their student loans, in the best way they can,” We told ONE. “Or, if people don’t have student loans, and I hope that they will understand that the fact that he is on the people who make them and the ridiculous things that it takes in order to finally kill him.”

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In addition, it is acknowledged that, in her position as a single, childless, able-bodied woman is made it easier for in order to “kill” the threat of the debt, and expressed empathy for those who are in charge of student loans, while taking care of the families, or the treatment of any other outstanding liabilities.

“All I know is, this is a nightmare, this crisis needs to end. Being Open about my body, and the rings that I have had to jump through to get rid of it, it’s what I’m trying to help you,” We said, online.

“After six long years, it’s time to celebrate. I’ve got my life back. I have changed my life. I have changed my future family’s life,” she said. “In the end, I did the cycle, literally, ‘pay’, simply for wanting a better future for them. “I am free.”

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We’ pal, Mike Arrison of Mike Arrison Photography, told me that he liked the idea of the taking of the happy of a “gruesome” photo of his friend, in order to draw attention to the issue and spark a larger conversation.

“When people talk about student loans, it is very rarely ever seen in a festive and inspiring way,” he told “GMA.” “The [102K] track in addition to how old it is … I want people to be shocked by the fact that this is something that is a cause for celebration.”

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Outstanding student loan debt has more than $1.6 billion in the US – it’s double what it was a decade ago.

On Fox Business, Nick Giampia contributed to this report.

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