PSLF is designed for lower income borrowers; like teachers, who may otherwise have difficulty repaying their student loan debt. These borrowers require college education for their professions, but often don’t see the salary increase of other college graduates. Many of these employees have been counting on PSLF since its inception in 2007, only to find out that they didn’t meet very specific eligibility criteria. This article talks about flaws and solutions for PSLF program flaws so borrowers can get the student loan forgiveness they’ve earned.

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Nurses play a vital role in any healthcare facility. From comforting patients to delivering treatments, they shoulder many responsibilities each day, even as they juggle several patients simultaneously. Without their constant support and attention, not many patients would be able to stage a recovery from their illnesses and injuries. Yet, becoming a nurse is hardly […]

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The Post 9/11 GI Bill and the Military Tuition Assistance Programs provide some exceptional education benefits to military personnel. Despite this, many student veterans continue to struggle with student loan debt. Fortunately, several programs help members of the Armed Forces to get rid of their existing student loan debt. Here’s a list of the main […]

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For those that are struggling with student loans, Pay As You Earn can be life-changing. Currently, this repayment plan is helping borrowers who started borrowing after October 2007 and were still borrowing as of October 2011. The plan doesn’t apply to a wide swath of borrowers and due to lack of awareness, many aren’t taking […]

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The government’s recently amped up Income-Based Repayment program is a windfall for millions of student loan borrowers. However, there’s an issue accompanying this repayment plan that’s been very much ignored. One of the major benefits of Income-Based Repayment is that it offers the possibility of loan forgiveness after 20 years. Typically, forgiven loans are classified […]

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