It’s ultimately a story of triumph and positivity no matter how you slice it.
二人の夫と父—ヴァンワートの高校の歴史教師, Ohio — told Fox News Digital in a phone interview about the path he took to get to a much better place financially and personally. It was a path littered with hardship.
それでも, he said he would not have wanted the government to bail him out of the financial straits that he got himself into, 彼は言った.
今日, he and his wife feel good about where they are, 彼は言った, and the steps they’ve taken to “get our finances in order.”
Poletta said he graduated from college in 2014. After he bought a car, the couple was carrying “の合計 $ 142,000 in debt — $ 126,000 of which was student loan debt,” 彼は言った.
Most of the debt was his, he said — he went to a private school and took out a variety of different loans over time to cover his costs, 彼は言った.
“But I’m not here to play the victim,” 彼は言った. “Basically the reason we decided we were going to pay off our debt was that we deemed it the best way to get our finances in order instead of owing money to other people,” 彼は言った.