In this week’s episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, I interview Robert Farrington, The College Investor.
Robert started his website and blog - www.TheCollegeInvestor.com - in 2009 after hearing some pretty scary financial advice that he was not okay with. His website is filled with personal financial topics for millennials (and others), with a focus on escaping student loan debt.
Robert also has eliminated, for himself, more than $43,000 of student loan debt. Beware of servicer mistakes that can keep you in debt, and use The College Investor to learn how to spot those mistakes. We also discuss practical tips to get out of student loan debt like: creating a side-hustle for extra income and collecting the right information to know and understand your options.
You can reach Robert at his website - www.TheCollegeInvestor.com, or Robert@TheCollegeInvestor.com. Robert is also host of The College Investor Audio Show.
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On this week’s episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we interview Mark Willis of Lake Growth Financial Services. Mark is a Certified Financial Planner, and Host of The Not Your Average Financial Podcast.
On today’s show, we talk about:
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