The CARES Act was passed at the beginning of the pandemic to provide relief for student loan borrowers by subsidizing interest payments and lowering monthly payments to $0 dollars a month. An unforeseen consequence, however, is that this is detrimental to student loan borrowers looking to take advantage of low interest rates and purchase a new home.
Pursuing loan forgiveness is an economic decision, not a moral one.
The DoE has announced plans to overhaul the PSLF program to help more public servant’s qualify for loan forgiveness.
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