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FedLoans Extends Contract, PSLF Increases 750% Year-Over-Year

Let's start with the good news, and then we'll get to the... well, also good news... for PSLF candidates and those who employ and advise...
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THE PUBLIC SERVICE LOAN FORGIVENESS (PSLF) OVERHAUL: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.

Excellent news in the student loan world this week! The Department of Education announced an overhaul of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, which...
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Summer Turns to Fall, FedLoans Turns to… ???

We hope this message finds you well as we bid farewell to the Summer season. With the CARES Act officially extended out to January 31st,...
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TOP 5 STUDENT LOAN SERVICER ERRORS DURING THE CARES ACT PAYMENT HALT

Drafted by Brandon Barfield and Jason DiLorenzo, Doctors Without Quarters After months of reporting on the issues we’ve faced in dealing with loan servicers as...
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PSLF-qualified Employer Survey

Today, we'd like to share the results of two surveys we conducted regarding Public Service Loan Forgiveness. The question we asked employers was simple: On...
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CARES Act Interest and Payment Halt Extended; FedLoans to Exit Servicing

The student loan marketplace continues to dominate headlines, and today we have some welcome news if you haven’t seen it already. In what is being...
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FedLoans Announces Exit of Federal Loan Servicing: Good Riddance, or Good Grief?

As you may have seen, FedLoans dropped a bomb on those of us near to the student loan world by announcing last week that they...
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Jennifer just learned that she’ll save over $200k.

It’s Forgiveness Friday, and today we want to share a case study from a recent diagnosis we did for a public charter school in Chicago....
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It’s Forgiveness Friday!

We hear so much in the media about challenges related to the PSLF program, which DO exist for many early participants in the program... but...
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As the Economy Recovers from COVID, What’s Next for Student Loans?

As the summer quickly approaches, so also does the end of the CARES Act interest and payment halt after September. Recently confirmed Education Secretary Miguel...
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