Starting the Clock on PSLF for Current Students and Recent Grads

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Generally speaking, the earliest the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) clock can start is six months after graduation. This puts recent grads, graduate students, and those working full-time during school at a significant disadvantage. Working for the government or another PSLF eligible job alone is not enough. Borrowers must be …

Student Loan Forgiveness for Government Contractors

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I’ve heard from several government contractors who were disappointed with their progress towards student loan forgiveness. Working as a government contractor doesn’t mean it is impossible to qualify for student loan forgiveness. However, it does make things more difficult. Today we will cover the eligibility rules as they apply to …

How to Find Employers Eligible for PSLF | Public Service Loan Forgiveness

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Initially, it might seem really hard to find employers eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). Many student loan borrowers have a hard time determining if their current employer is eligible for PSLF. Evaluating potential places of employment adds to the level of difficulty. Fortunately, there are many tools available …

The Three Things Preventing Student Loan Forgiveness for All

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Student loan forgiveness for all is becoming very popular. Support extends beyond the borrowers who would directly benefit. Many consumer advocates and economists also support debt cancellation. Consumer advocates point to the inequalities of student debt. Economists think student loans are a drag on the economy. Despite the increasing popularity of …