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Interview with Christopher T. Lawson
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Dollar Stretcher editor Gary Foreman disusses student loan debt concerns with Christopher T. Lawson, director of planning at Financial Evolution Group, a financial planning firm that helps college grads and mid-career professionals drowning in student loan debt. If student loan debt is preventing you from doing such things as saving for retirement, buying a house, or taking vacations, watch this interview to learn the best way to repay your student loan debt as well as other debt you might have.
Christopher T. Lawson is a well known speaker, author and director of planning for Financial Evolution Group, a Los Angeles based financial planning firm that helps college grads and mid-career professionals drowning in student loan debt. Chris is also a 19 year veteran of the financial services industry, author of the book School Loans Gone, holds the Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor designation from the College for Financial Planning, serves on the board of directors for the Los Angeles chapter of the Financial Planning Association and volunteers for Southern California Junior Achievement.
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