Federal Student Loan Forgiveness

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Student Loan
Forgiveness

How much of your loan can be forgiven? This depends on the program you apply to. We will help you prepare and file the proper paperwork with the Department of Education to reduce, defer, or remove your student debt.

Teacher Loan
Forgiveness

The Teacher Loan Forgiveness program (TLF) is a form of student loan forgiveness that is separate from the Direct Loan or Obama Student Loan Forgiveness program. This program awards educators with a principal reduction of their federal loans.

Public Service
Loan Forgiveness

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF) offers complete loan forgiveness to those who work in the public sector. This includes non-profit employees, public school teachers and staff, and government employees to name a few.

Student Loan Default

Student loan default occurs on your student loans when you do not make a scheduled loan payment for a period of at least 270 days. This default status will be displayed on your credit report and will make it difficult to take out any loans in the future. Having a student loan default can be a serious issue for a multitude of reasons. Let us help you navigate through this process.

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Trump Loan Forgiveness

In December of 2017, the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act was passed into law. Within that extensive document, there were a number of changes made to current laws that would greatly impact existing students, individuals who have student loans, as well as parents who have children currently in school.

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