Pretty much everything regarding student loan debt is in flux right now, so it’s a perfect time to get the facts straight and bust some misconceptions. Hopefully, this will ease your mind a bit and empower you to get the assistance you need to go after the debt relief you deserve. Join me in this episode as I break down some popular misconceptions about the PSLF Waiver and IDR Waiver programs, as well as a few other pertinent issues and updates around student loan debt relief, interest capitalization, and more.
In today’s #StudentLoanPlanner episode, you’ll find out:
✅ The major benefits of joining an occupation-specific PSLF Facebook group (check out the links below to join one!)
✅ How much student debt could be forgiven for teachers, nurses, social workers, etc through the PSLF Waiver
✅ Whether the PSLF Waiver is creating more or less inequality in student loan debt
✅ The truth about the most common misconception: You can only benefit from PSLF if you have 120 months (10 years) of credit.
✅ The specifics about the Department of Education’s IDR Waiver and what it means for you
✅ What is Biden’s newest proposal to change interest capitalization, when it’ll go into effect, and how it will affect loan borrowers
✅ What you need to know about our pricing changes that go into effect September 1
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