Fedloanservicing will stop servicing borrowers for the PSLF program in December 2021. Five measures you can take to ensure you maximize your Public Service Loan Forgiveness:
9 of the most common pitfalls that people commit in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, and you need to AVOID!
Watch Catalina explain who and what circumstances can benefit from the limited PSLF waiver.
Consider the financial benefits of lowering your student loan payments to begin building wealth sooner.
Forbearance allows you to temporarily stop making student loan payments, but also disqualifies you from accumulating time towards loan forgiveness.
This document is a quick guide to help users understand a few basic facts - is the plan they are on an income-driven plan, which is required for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). What are the key plan terms and differences?
This screen provides the key income-driven plan recommendation breakdown. You arrive at this screen after you answer a few questions and upload your student loans.
Nurses need bachelor's and even master's degrees to progress in their careers and that's expensive. This Nurse's Guide will cover aspects of Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Perkins Loan Discharge, tNational Health Service Corp, and various state programs to help nurses understand the best way to access loan forgiveness and ultimately pay less on their loans.
Those who strive to get Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) or are on the Income-Driven Repayment plan (IDR) are on the pay less approach. Let's see which is right for you.
There are loan forgiveness opportunities available even if you are self-employed. Public Service Loan Forgiveness is also possible for volunteer work.
CARES Act student loan provisions summarized in writing and video details the best student loan strategies in light of the CARES Act.
Income-Driven Repayment plans provide great benefits and allow for more financial flexibility, but do you know which plan is the best option for you?
Here are a few items to consider when thinking about reducing your loan payment through an income-driven repayment plan or refinance. Which is the best option for you and what are the cons of each option?