hey guys welcome back if you've been following our last few videos and you are fresh off of our series on building good credit and today we're going to start another series on something that's becoming a bit of a crisis in our community federal student loan debt let's get started so as I said
– You have student loandebt, and you want it gone. But where do you start? Welcome to The College Investor. I'm Stefanie O'Connell,from stefanieoconnell.com, here to break down someof the best strategies that you can use to eraseyour student loan debt. Not all of these willeliminate your student loan debt completely, buteach solution can help.
So the FAFSA stands for the Free Applicationfor Federal Student Aid. Its a free a free service a free service thedepartment of education offers. You can fill it out for free submit it forfree its not that difficult to complete. With the FAFSA you can qualify for federalwork study for federal student loans such as
David here you're certified remote financial planner using technology to make financial advice available to you on your schedule and wherever you may be today's post is the third in a series about student loans if you haven't already read the post on understanding your loans and different repayment options for your federal loans be
it's estimated that roughly 50% of student loan borrowers qualify for some type of student loan forgiveness program while most borrowers don't know this this secret to qualify for loan forgiveness is simple just sign up for a qualifying student loan repayment plan and your loan will be forgiven at the end of the plan
if you've ever thought about refinancing your federal student loans but weren't exactly sure what would change then this video is for you stay tuned the first major difference between refinance student loans and federal student loans is their eligibility for student loan benefits once your federal student loans are refinanced they're now treated like