We break down a full list of over 50 different ways to get student loan forgiveness, from repayment plans, to loan forgiveness, to student loan repayment assistance programs.
The class of 2016 graduated with an average student loan debt of $37,172, and more than 44 Million borrowers over $1.4 Trillion (with a T) in federal student loan debt. If your debt load means you’re struggling to meet your monthly obligation, you may want to consider enrolling in RePAYE (Revised Pay as You Earn […]
If you don’t do anything with your student loans, you’re automatically signed up to a generic repayment plan that typically has even payments for 10 years. However, that can be tough, especially right after graduation. Maybe you’ve just started working , or maybe you don’t even have a job yet and you’re just side hustling […]
You may have heard – student loans are really difficult to pay back. Shocking, right? For more reasons than you could fit in an article, eliminating college debt is a struggle for a huge portion of Americans. Students who graduated in 2015 are the most indebted of any graduating class ever, with an average of […]
It’s estimated that roughly 50% of student loan borrowers qualify for some type of student loan forgiveness program. But this statistic is misleading, because a lot of borrowers think this means qualifying for some type of student loan forgiveness program. That’s wrong. Actually, most borrowers qualify for student loan forgiveness through one of these “secret” […]