If you became permanently disabled, would you be able to pay off your student loan debt?
The average student loan debt for a physician is $201,490. In other words, that's $2,288 a month, paid every single month for the next 10 years.
How would you be able to cover this expense if you weren't able to work anymore? What would happen to your house, your car, your kids, and your family? How will you be able to keep the lights on when you're not able to provide?
Today, you’ll discover two ‘obvious' methods that you can use right now to completely knock out your student loan debt.
- Two ‘obvious' ways to pay off your student loan debts completely (and be free from the chains of debt) (1:26)
- How to get an extra $2,500 a month tax-free (and cover off debt up to $450,000 over a 15 year period) (1:39)
- How to securely cover tens of thousands in increased medical and living expenses (by taking full advantage of your existing insurance policy) (4:02)
- Why being cheap when it comes to your insurance policy is the best way to be stuck in student loan debt forever (4:18)