The CARES Act offers temporary student loan relief for millions of federal student loan borrowers. However, the relief expires September 3oth 2020. Today’s post is all about finding the best repayment strategy after the CARES Act student loan relief expires. If you need the lowest monthly payment, are pursuing forgiveness, or want to pay your […]

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Hi I’m wondering if you can talk me through if I’m going to actually get Public Service Loan Forgiveness. I’ve seen a lot in the news about people getting denied and I’m worried.   Only about 1% of the borrowers who applied have had loans forgiven under Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). That’s enough to […]

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I work at a non-profit and I’m getting payment from my employer totaling $10,000 over 5 years in the Tuitionio program. I’m currently repaying under the extended graduated repayment plan. My question is about student loan forgiveness given I work for a non-profit. I heard that if you do the required payment plan based on […]

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There’s lots of press these days about how terrible doctors have it with their horrific six-figure student loan burdens. And they have a point: The median all-in cost to go to medical school, including books, shelter and the occasional meager meal (I know, right?!) is over $207,868 at public colleges and $278,455 at private schools. […]

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  For rising high school juniors and seniors, choosing and applying to colleges can be both challenging and exciting. From interviews to campus visits, you may get caught up in the moment and not give much of a thought to the price tag of the life plan you’re launching. Once you add student loans into […]

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