Student loan debt has become a major issue in the US, with millions of borrowers struggling to repay their loans. While federal loans have some protections, private loans are often more challenging to manage. That’s where Laine Schoneberger’s company, yrefy, comes in. In this week’s podcast episode, Schoneberger discussed with Robert how his company helps borrowers with private student loan debt and offers investors the opportunity to invest in a portfolio of these loans.
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