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Student Loan Public Service Loan Forgiveness – New Forms and Documentation Released

The Department of Education has released new forms and documentation to assist government backed student loan holders with getting their loans discharged through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. The new documents include updated information on eligible loans: Any non-defaulted loan made under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Direct Loan Program) is eligible for loan forgiveness. ... Read More »

    Student Loan Forgiveness or Discharge Can Create a Huge Tax Bill. Watch Out!

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    If you are one of the lucky few who have qualified for a discharge or cancellation of your student loan debt, you may be shocked to learn the debt may not be over with just yet. A reader brought to my attention that the forgiveness of student loan debt, even under a disability discharge, can result in the issuance of ... Read More »

      How Can I Get My Student Loan Forgiven? – Pamela

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      I am trying to find out how I can get my loan forgiven or part of it. I believe I did not benefit from the Institution for whom I received the Loan for and was not properly guided in the beginning or ending stage to secure a good job. It has been over 15 years and they are holding my ... Read More »

        Obama Student Loan Forgiveness Program

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        “Dear Steve, I have a high student loan debt at 8%. Part of it is unsubsidized. I have heard talk of a new plan by the Obama administration to forgive student loan debt. How will this new plan be implemented? Who will be able to take advantage of it? Alex” Be sure to read The Ultimate Guide to Dealing With ... Read More »

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