Public Student Loan Forgiveness Tips

Public student loan forgiveness doesn’t have to be complicated for government and non-profit employees. Public service employees can qualify for certain types of forgiveness programs under the right circumstances. The main thing to focus on is making sure you’re accurately informed about your options. Here are a few tips we think can make public employee […]

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Not Many People Have Received Student Loan Forgiveness Yet

In theory student loan forgiveness sounds fairly simple. However during the last 10 years since it was created things have not gone as smoothly as they could have. Many people who enroll in forgiveness programs end up not meeting all of their program requirements. This isn’t always their fault though. The problem usually begins with […]

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What You Don’t Know About Student Loan Forgiveness Programs Could Cost You A Ton of Money

Like most borrowers who attempt to enter into student loan forgiveness programs with servicers, Mary Carroll assumed that the government contracted collection agency in charge of her student loan repayment was ethical, honest and had her best interests in mind. Several years elapsed before she discovered that she was being misled and that all of […]

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Navient Student Loan Forgiveness Lawsuit 2018

California has joined several other states in filing suit against major student loan forgiveness servicer Navient, regarding their alleged abusive collection practices. A common misconception is that Navient itself offers loan forgiveness. However, this is not the case. Navient is simply just a loan servicer, contracted by the federal government. Essentially, all they do is […]

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Earn 401K Money While Paying Off Your Student Loan Debt

The IRS has recently published a policy letter, which allows employers to match student loan debt payments (made by the employer on the employee’s behalf). There’s certain minimum and maximum limits that need to be met, but overall this new policy letter looks to be very promising. Here’s how everything started. Originally, a company (who’s […]

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