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Hey it's John McPhee the numbers guy here and then wanted to cut this video this evening because there's a lot of great people out there that are in for a big surprise has to do with student loans people are graduating from college with this brand-new degree but they're also bringing something else with them a big mountain of debt and one way that they're coping with that debt is using student loan income based repayment essentially that's a program where the government steps in says hey we'll give you a lower payment and just let the balance on your student loans keep going up and if you still have a loan 20-25 years down the road hey don't worry about it we'll forgive the balance so far on the surface it sounds pretty good but there are a couple pitfalls you need to be aware of and these pitfalls are why some people could be in for a big surprise but now that you aren't you're watching this video you won't have to be surprised about that so let's take a look here this is an example I shared at the wealth summit 2015 here in Las Vegas we'll cut to the computer screen here a lot of people that were working with are graduating from college with 100 to $200,000 of debt this particular example that crossed my desk was $145,000 student loan balance s/he was paying 6.8% on a 25 year income based repayment his payments were starting out pretty low at $43 and 16 cents a month but it's based on his income that's what income based repayment is based upon you have to file every year and they look at your income and they say okay based on what you're making how many dependents you have and all these factors we're going to assign a loan repayment amount a monthly payment amount for your student loans this year so every year you send that in and so it's going to change over the period of time so we're going to assume $43 and 16 since a month going up to two hundred dollars in year four up to five hundred dollars in year 11 up to $1,000 in year eighteen all the way out to twenty five years down the road now that's going to increase the balance on that student loan so we look at that the balance has increased over these 25 years to just over $500,000 and most people say well no problem the government's going to forgive that right right but it comes to the cost because that $500,000 when they forgive that student loan now that $500,000 becomes income and that's one of the reasons that people could be in for a big surprise that five you think five hundred thousand dollars of income in one year in addition to whatever else you're making is going to change your income tax bracket you bet it will that becomes income and let's just say it's a flat 20% tax on this five hundred thousand well that would trigger a tax bill of 100,000 based on how much money you're making in other areas of your life that could be more or less for the year but either way it's not a good picture you see there's something else that comes along with income based repayment program what that...

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