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About Millennial Money Man: Hey there! I'm Bobby Hoyt... I’m a former band director that paid off $40,000 of student loan debt in 18 months… on my teaching salary. I started M$M, left my job after making a cool $3, and now I have over 1 million yearly readers and counting. I help Millennials make more money, save more, and pay off debt quickly by teaching you how to live within your means, start incredible side hustles, budget like a pro, and ultimately get on a path to financial freedom.
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