I wrote a concise, $10 book summarizing this site. You can buy it here. I track all of my investments with Personal Capital. It's free and creates a one stop shop for checking your portfolio.

Just a quick personal note on my progress towards paying off my student loan debt. This week my USAA Career Starter Loan went below $10,000! You can see the screenshot below.

I’m having trouble finding how much the loan grew to before I started making payments, but I believe it was around $26,800. That means I’ve made over $16,800 in payments since Dec 2010. I’m continuing to make payments of $750/month, which is $279 more than the $471 minimum payment.

At this rate, I should have the loan paid off by 1 Dec 2013. That will put me a full two years earlier than the scheduled pay off date! Very excited about this progress.

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I have investment accounts all over the place. To keep track of all of them in one place I use Personal Capital. It combines all of my accounts, shows me where I may be overpaying in fees, and provides beautiful charts showing my overall asset allocation and performance.

I use Personal Capital to track my Roth and Traditional TSP, Vanguard IRAs, banking accounts, SDP, and my Betterment taxable account, all in one place. It's free, secure and presents me with a one-stop dashboard so I can see all my money on one site.

Read my full review of Personal Capital and see how easy it can be to manage your investments in one place. Trust me, once you try it, you'll love it.

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USAA Career Starter Loan Under $10k, Should Pay it Off in a Year

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