Loan Forgiveness
 

Loan Forgiveness

What is Public Service Loan Forgiveness?

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) is a federal program that forgives your remaining balance on qualifying student loans (tax free!) after making 120 payments while working full time at a qualifying employer.

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We Can Help If You:

  • Work full time for a nonprofit organization
  • Have federal student loans
  • Are interested in designed strategies to reduce your monthly payments further
  • Need help understanding and navigating Public Service Loan Forgiveness for your personal situation
  • Want to achieve financial wellness

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Why Use StudentLoan Tech For Forgiveness?

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) is notoriously difficult to enroll in and earn. Below are some of the latest statistics from StudentAid.gov on the PSLF program:

Over 98% of PSLF applicants have been rejected so far

More than 50% are rejected due to improper account of qualified payments

Nearly 1 in 4 applicants are rejected due to missing information on their applications

Frequent loan servicer mistakes can cause your payment to be higher than it should be

Loan servicer mistakes can also result in miscounted qualified payments towards forgiveness

StudentLoan Tech can help you avoid this uncertainty and confusion and help get you setup properly for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). We do the following to ensure you have a smooth experience:

Confirm that you are eligible for forgiveness

Optimize your forgiveness and reduce your payment amounts using personalized strategies

Ensure your information is accurate and help you through the enrollment process

Help you keep on track with your employer certification and annual recertification

Our Clients’ Stats:

$503
 Average Monthly  Savings
$70,000
Average Loan Forgiveness
82%
 Student Loan Holders  We Can Help

The Student Loan Forgiveness F.A.Q.

Use our free FAQ below to get answers to all of your forgiveness questions. If you have additional questions feel free to schedule a free consult below: