Live Q+A | Pre-Vacation: Loan Forgiveness for Senior Citizens and Teachers, and Credit Score Q’s

Before I went on vacation for the next week, I decide to do one more Live Q+A. This Q+A lasted about 30 minutes. We covered student loan forgiveness for senior citizens, teachers, and everybody at large. We also discussed reopening a bankruptcy case to discharge student loan debt and credit reporting concerns after addressing a defaulted student loan.

The next Q+A for March will be held March 13, 2021 at 12pm CST. You can submit your question here: https://stanleytate.typeform.com/to/afae6GPe

Want my help? Schedule a free 10-minute phone call at: https://www.tateesq.com/free-talk

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