There are several “secret” ways to get student loan forgiveness that are different than the typical student loan forgiveness programs.
President Trump and Betsy DeVos have made various proposals and changes that impact student loan forgiveness. Here’s what you need to know about Trump student loan forgiveness changes.
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.
Are you an engineering major with an overwhelming amount of student loan debt? Here’s what you need to know about qualifying for student loan forgiveness.
Considering loan forgiveness for your student loan debt? Don’t forget to understand the 1099-C tax implications.
Student loan forgiveness is not just a myth. There are many different programs to consider and you can learn about your options here.
If you are a nurse who would really like those student loans gone for good here are some of your nursing student loan forgiveness options
When paying extra on your student loan payment and entering pay ahead status, you could be harming your potential for loan forgiveness.
If you’re a foster parent carrying student loan debt, you have a few options for student loan forgiveness.
If you have a liberal arts degree, there may be quite a few student loan forgiveness options available to you depending on your career.
There are multiple ways to get student loan forgiveness for teachers, including PSLF, Teacher Loan Forgiveness, Perkins Forgiveness, and more.
Here are the biggest factors that contribute to student loan forgiveness eligibility to wipe away your student loans.
Imagine this: you graduate from your dream school, land your dream job, move into a posh new apartment with a nice view of the city, get your first ‘real’ paycheck, and buy that new suit you’ve had your eye on. Life is good. Then this arrives in the mail: Your student loan account statement. There are a […]
Calculating the math behind whether it makes sense to do married filing separately for IBR or PAYE for student loan debt.
15 Minutes To Stress-Free Student Loan Forgiveness I’m Robert Farrington, and I’m America’s Student Loan Debt Expert. I’ve been helping people escape student loan debt since 2009, and I’d like to help you get student loan forgiveness.Public Student Loan Forgiveness is the BEST way to escape your student loan debt – but understanding if you […]
I get a lot of questions about student loan forgiveness and taxes. The questions come in many forms: Will I owe taxes on the amount of my student loan debt forgiven? What will my student loan forgiveness tax burden be? Is the debt forgiven tax free for student loan forgiveness? So, will I pay taxes […]
We put together an ultimate guide that lists every student loan forgiveness program by state, as well as who to contact and who is eligible.
The hard part of dealing with student loan debt isn’t making payments on it. The hard part is navigating the complex world that is the student loan repayment system. There are multiple repayment plans, student loan forgiveness programs, different options offered by each state, and more. I’ve been talking to roughly 5-10 people a day […]
Are you currently attending classes and are taking out student loans to cover the tuition costs? If so, you may have also wondered how this impacts your tax refund. The answer is not all that complex, but you need to understand a few things in order to get a complete picture of the impact that […]
President Obama has been a champion of helping people who have been burdened by student loan debt, but a lot of people are having trouble finding out about the new program he created to help students in debt. The Obama Student Loan Forgiveness Program, which people are searching for, is technically called the Pay As […]
Last year, I helped answer a reader’s question about applying for a mortgage while on Income Based Repayment. However, over the last several months, I’ve been getting bombarded with questions about how student loan debt impacts your ability to get a mortgage. Maybe it’s because the housing market is improving, or maybe it’s because people […]
Here we are again – in 2018, talking about a government shutdown. It’s clear our government is mismanaged, but what does that mean for you? Well, it really depends on what happens. For short government shutdowns (which might last the weekend or a few days into the week), nothing. For longer shutdowns (like we saw […]