This Toronto nurse recently graduated with $50K of debt. He works more 60 hours a week during the pandemic. He’s in a rush to pay off his OSAP loan and move out. Can he do it? Aug 3rd

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This Toronto nurse recently graduated with $50K of debt. He works more 60 hours a week during the pandemic. He’s in a rush to pay off his OSAP loan and move out. Can he do it?Fresh out of nursing school, with a lot of debt, Ali is seeking advice from Millennial Money’s financial expert on paying down his debt and saving.

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