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7 hours ago If you qualify, you could receive up to $5,000 or $17,500 in loan forgiveness, depending upon what subject matter you teach and your number of years of service. Note that to qualify, your student loan debt must be from …

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1. Federal agency employee. Here’s a little-known fact that applies to federal agencies: If they are having a hard time finding new employees to fill open slots, they are allowed to offer student loan repayment assistance.
2. Public service worker. If you work in a qualifying organization, such as a government agency or nonprofit, you could qualify for loan forgiveness. Full-time public service employees with Perkins loans can get full cancellation of their loans, as long as they haven’t consolidated them.
3. Doctor/physician. There are several options for doctors in need of student loan repayment help. The Association of American Medical Colleges maintains a list of loan assistance programs for doctors by state.
4. Lawyer. In addition to public service forgiveness options targeted specifically at graduates working in law, there are some other sources of loan repayment help that lawyers can take advantage of.
5. Automotive professionals. Any automotive aftermarket industry manufacturer who is an employee of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) can apply for the SEMA Loan Forgiveness Program.
6. Nurse. If you are a registered nurse, an “advanced practice registered nurse” such as a nurse practitioner or a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) facility nurse, you may be eligible for student loan repayment assistance through the Nurse Corps Loan Repayment Program.
7. Teacher. If you teach in a low-income school district, are special education teacher, or work in an underemployed subject area or in a teacher shortage area, you may qualify for the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program.
8. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other qualifying volunteer organization workers. Did you know that certain volunteer organizations offer student loan forgiveness opportunities?
9. Dentist. Although dentists tend to make a high income — a median of $158,120, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics — they also accrue a huge amount of debt before they start working.
10. Pharmacist. Like dentists, pharmacists take on a lot of education debt to earn their degrees. According to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, pharmacists borrow an average of $157,425 to finance their education.

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1 hours ago 10+ Student Loan Forgiveness Programs That Discharge Loans

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1. Work in public service and get up to $60,000 toward your loans. If you work for a federal, state or local agency (everything from the U.S. Postal Service to a local law enforcement agency), you might qualify for student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF).
2. Work for a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and get up to $60,000 toward your loans. This is through the same program for public employees — the PSLF program.
3. Work in healthcare to get up to $60,000 toward your loans. This is worth repeating. If you’re a hospital employee — meaning, you don’t have to be a doctor, you can simply work in hospital registration or IT — you might also qualify for that PSLF program.
4. Become an automotive professional and get up to $5,000 per year to pay off your loans. Through Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA), automotive workers who have graduated college or tech school with a 2.5 GPA and who are current employees (for at least a year) with a SEMA member company can apply for the SEMA loan forgiveness program.
5. Become a dental assistant or radiology tech and get your loans totally forgiven. When you get a job through Indian Health Services (IHS), you are eligible for this loan forgiveness program.
6. Teach in low-income schools to receive up to $17,500 in loan assistance. “Highly qualified” teachers who work in low-income schools for at least five years are eligible to receive loan forgiveness.
7. Get a nursing job in a critical shortage facility for up to 85% loan forgiveness. Through the NURSE Corps Loan Replacement program, you might be eligible to get most of your nursing school loans paid for.
8. Practice law with the U.S. Justice Dept. and get $10,000 per year toward your student loans. Through the Attorney Student Loan Repayment program (ASLR), attorneys can apply every spring for assistance in paying off their student loans.
9. Become a veterinarian and earn up to $25,000 per year toward your loans. The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture offers veterinarians who choose to work in underserved communities for at least three years the opportunity to apply for loan forgiveness of $25,000 per year for up to three years.

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1. Public Service Employee. Anyone who works in a qualifying organization, such as a government agency or nonprofit, can get loan forgiveness through the PSLF program.
2. Federal Agency Employee. In addition to PSLF, federal employees also have access to a lesser-known LRP: the Federal Student Loan Repayment Program. To attract and retain highly qualified employees, federal agencies are allowed to offer job candidates this special job perk.
3. Teacher. Teaching generally requires an extensive amount of higher education. That could range from a bachelor’s degree to a Ph.D., depending on the position.
4. Doctor/Physician. Although most doctors can expect to make well into the six figures, paying for the education to get there can take a significant chunk out of even a large paycheck.
5. Nurse. A nurse’s income can approach or even exceed six figures, depending on the type of nursing. The highest-paying jobs require graduate degrees. And according to a 2017 report from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, more than two-thirds of nursing students borrow anywhere from $40,000 to $150,000 to get these degrees.
6. Dentist. Believe it or not, dentists often find themselves in far worse student debt than physicians. According to the American Student Dental Association, the average debt load for 2018 dental graduates was a monumental $285,184.
7. Pharmacist. As with many other health care professions, pharmacists have the potential to earn six-figure salaries. But getting there often requires taking on six-figure debt.
8. Physical Therapist. A career as a physical therapist requires a doctoral degree (a DPT). Physical therapists can earn, on average, $88,000 per year, yet the amount of money required to finance a doctorate degree often far exceeds this amount.
9. Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Therapist, or Social Worker. The vast majority (91%) of psychologists with doctor of psychology degrees (Psy.D.) graduate with student loan debt in excess of $200,000, and 77% of those with doctor of philosophy degrees (Ph.D.)
10. Veterinarian. Getting a degree in veterinary medicine can cost nearly as much as one in human medicine. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), 2016 veterinary medicine graduates borrowed an average of $143,758 to finance their education.

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1. Teacher Loan Forgiveness. If you teach full-time for five complete and consecutive academic years in certain elementary or secondary schools or educational service agencies that serve low-income families, and meet other qualifications, you may be eligible for forgiveness of up to a combined total of $17,500 on eligible federal student loans.
2. Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) If you work full-time for a government or not-for-profit organization, you may qualify for forgiveness of the entire remaining balance of your Direct Loans after you’ve made 120 qualifying payments—that is, 10 years of payments.
3. Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) Plan. If you repay your loans under a repayment plan based on your income, any remaining balance on your student loans will be forgiven after you make a certain number of payments over a certain period of time.
4. Military Service. In acknowledgment of your service to our country, there are special benefits and repayment options for your student loans available from the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Defense.
5. AmeriCorps. The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award is a benefit received by participants who complete a term of national service in an approved AmeriCorps program—AmeriCorps VISTA, AmeriCorps NCCC, or AmeriCorps State and National.
6. Other Options. Check out the “Student Loan Forgiveness” page for information about other types of loan forgiveness and discharge that might be available if you meet certain conditions.

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9 hours ago 12,135 Student Loan Forgiveness jobs available on Indeed.com. Apply to Emergency Medical Technician, Customer Service Representative, Loan Advisor and more!

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4 hours ago Under PSLF, law enforcement officers who make 120 on-time payments to federal student loan debt while working full time for a government or other qualifying organization can qualify to have their debt forgiven. While it sounds great on paper, there are downsides to PSLF.

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2 hours ago Attorney Student Loan Repayment Program (ASLRP): While this is not a loan forgiveness program, the Department of Justice will match federal student loan payments of up to $6,000. To qualify, you

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7 hours ago The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has the lowest rate of student debt of any law school in the top 20. Just 62% of graduates leave with law school loans. They also owe around $27,150 less in law school debt while earning slightly above-average starting salaries. 8. University of Nebraska — Lincoln

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7 hours ago I was fortunate enough to graduate from college debt free. Then I had to go and attend law school where I racked up $112,000 in student loan and credit card debt. So you can add this to the unremitting list of “six-figure student loan debt payoff” or “law school debt (minus the horror)” stories. I was extremely motivated to pay off my

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1 hours ago Individual law schools also offer help in the form of Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (“LRAP’s”) for law graduates who pursue legal jobs in the public interest. One example is Southwestern University School of Law’s LRAP , which is available to attorneys who take jobs earning less than $40,000 per year.

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9 hours ago The Public Service Law Loan Repayment Program offers up to $7,500 per year for legal educational loan repayment for attorneys providing public service to low-income or underserved residents of the

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7 hours ago Public Defender. Wisconsin State Public Defenders Office 5.0. Wisconsin. $30 - $50 an hour. Easily apply. Urgently hiring. Additionally, employees may be eligible for student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Active 2 days ago.

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1. Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program helps people working in public service jobs, and a variety of fields qualify for PSLF.
2. Forgiveness with Income-Based Repayment (IBR) While this isn’t a forgiveness program in the typical sense, you can get your loans forgiven through the Income-Based Repayment program.
3. Forgiveness with Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Pay As You Earn (PAYE) is similar to Income-Based Repayment, in that it isn’t a typical forgiveness program. However, you could be eligible for forgiveness after a certain period of time.
4. Forgiveness with Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE) Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE) works much the same way as Pay As You Earn. Under this plan, your payments will be capped at 10% of your discretionary income.
5. Forgiveness with Income-Contingent Repayment (ICR) Income-Contingent Repayment also adjusts your monthly payments according to your income. You’ll either pay 20% of your discretionary income or what you’d pay on a fixed 12-year plan, whichever is less.
6. Federal Perkins Loan cancellation. If you took out a federal Perkins loan to pay for school, you could qualify for loan cancellation in a variety of ways.
7. Student loan forgiveness for teachers. There are several loan forgiveness and repayment assistance programs for teachers. Aside from Public Service Loan Forgiveness and federal Perkins cancellation, there are a few other programs specifically for teachers.
8. Student loan forgiveness for nurses. Like teachers, nurses also have access to a variety of federal and state programs for loan forgiveness. This first program is available to nurses all across the country.
9. Loan repayment assistance for doctors and other health care professionals. Physicians have a number of options when it comes to student loan forgiveness.
10. Loan repayment assistance for lawyers. Law school isn’t cheap, but there are a few debt relief programs for lawyers. You have national and state program available, and you might even find help from your former law school.

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Just Now Maine. The University of Maine School of Law Loan Repayment Assistance Program provides loan assistance to lawyers working in a public interest organization, such as a nonprofit, who make less than $50,000 per year. Candidates can receive an award of $1,500 to $3,000 annually.

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3 hours ago Although the CARES Act was signed into law in March 2020, there’s a lesser-known provision regarding student loan debt.Section 2206 of the CARES Act created a temporary tax-free provision for

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1 hours ago Between the 1990-91 and 2019-20 school years, undergraduate federal borrowing rose from $15.3 billion to $50.3 billion or 229 percent. At the same time, graduate borrowing rose from $5.4 billion to $37.3 billion or 591 percent. In 2019-20, the average full-time-equivalent undergraduate took on $4,092 in federal loans.

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6 hours ago It also offers partial loan forgiveness for public service lawyers who make between $55,000 and $75,000 annually. University of Denver Sturm College of Law: This program covers between 15 percent and 75 percent of a lawyer's student loan payments on certain income-driven repayment plans for up to five years.

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9 hours ago Dealing with student loan debt can seem unbearable and overwhelming. As mentioned in 15 Ways to Deal with Student Loan Debt, the average student owes more than $37,000 after graduation — but almost one in five students owes $50,000 or more, and 5.6% owe over $100,000.. Maybe you worked hard to save money in college, diligently keeping your …

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3 hours ago State-Sponsored Student Loan Forgiveness Programs. Tons of states offer loan forgiveness programs for teachers—especially if you teach in a high need area. The American Federation of Teachers has a great searchable database you can use to find state and local forgiveness programs you might qualify for.

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4 hours ago Nursing school is expensive, but thanks to various state and federal loan forgiveness programs, nurses are eligible to have some, or even all, of your student loans, forgiven. These are the requirements for the top 6 federal and state programs. Including how to apply for student loan forgiveness.

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9 hours ago Teachers employed full time in low-income public elementary or secondary schools may be eligible for Teacher Loan Forgiveness after working for five consecutive years. They can have up to $17,500

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2 hours ago The Biden administration recently made some major changes to the program, which allows a variety of government and nonprofit workers with federal student loan debt to have any remaining balances

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Just Now Notorious for its low rate of approved applications, borrowers often get thrown off track by having the wrong type of loan or repayment plan. The department’s new temporary waiver aims to fix that.

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2 hours ago Borrowers benefited from a temporary 0% student loan interest rate and a pause on collections for borrowers with federal student loans held by the Department of Education. The move to resume

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4 hours ago The Herbert S. Garten Loan Repayment Assistance Program was created for legal aid attorneys with large, outstanding student loans. Qualifying for this program requires employment by one of the program’s grantees, plus outstanding student loans of $75,000 or more. Participants can receive up to $5,600 per year for three years of qualified

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9 hours ago The majority of the nation’s student debt is owed by millennials, born between 1981 and 1996, and Generation Xers, born between 1965 and 1980, according to the Education Data Initiative

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8 hours ago While these average rates are already quite low, it may be possible to get an even better rate on student loan refinancing. Some lenders offer 5-year variable rates as low as about 2% or even less

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2 hours ago There are two major requirements for Public Service Loan Forgiveness: Make 120 on-time, qualified payments on your student loan; and be a full-time employee of a qualified public service organization when you make those payments. The first requirement means 120 separate monthly payments on a qualifying repayment plan.

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Just Now The Biden administration on Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021, extended a student loan moratorium that has allowed millions of Americans to put off debt payments during the pandemic. Under the action

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Just Now Biden extends pause on student loan repayments through May 1. President Joe Biden has extended a pause on student loan repayments an additional 90 days through May 1, 2022, the White House announced Wednesday. Those with student loans had been scheduled to begin repayments on February 1. Although unemployment is relatively low, the president

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4 hours ago With Americans facing over $1.6 trillion in combined student loan balances, many borrowers are on the hunt for ways to ease their debt burden. One option you may have seen was called the Obama Student Loan Forgiveness Plan, which according to some websites, was a way for some borrowers to escape their debt for a small fee.

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1 hours ago In the face of growing apprehension over the reliance on loans to pay for college, many institutions are taking a more proactive role to try to limit the burden of student debt, whether by increasing grants to make debt-free degrees a reality or through policies that make borrowing less risky, like these loan repayment programs.

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2 hours ago they ain’t forgiving no student loans, ever. They just gave up trillions in money. Inflation at record highs. The spending bill is even in limbo. Biden sold y’all a dream. Just admit to being boo boo the fool. Meanwhile they giving billions to illegal immigrants. if it was ever going to happen it would happen now. Last edited: Yesterday at

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3 hours ago The reform needs to be with the universities and colleges charging massive amounts of money to attend. Most graduate from college and get a job that hardly pays enough for a person to live and repay the loans. The colleges charge so much because they know the government will continue to approve the loans.

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6 hours ago Student loan refinancing is best for law school graduates with a steady job and a high income. They shouldn’t need or qualify for federal repayment benefits. A lawyer in this category probably graduated from a top-ranked private law school — where the average loan debt was $134,497 — and joined the group of 20% of new hires that earn at

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8 hours ago In the U.S., the average borrower owes about $29,000 on bachelor’s degree student loan debt, That number goes to $66,000 for master’s degrees in general, and it shoots to $145,500 for law school, $202,400 for health sciences degrees like dentistry and pharmacy and a whopping $246,000 for medical school, according to the National Center for

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7 hours ago Federal student loan payments are paused through Jan. 31, 2022. During this forbearance, which began March 2020, each month of nonpayment counts toward forgiveness. Borrowers should also remember

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7 hours ago Student loan forgiveness is the process of discharging or canceling student loan debt, typically after you meet certain requirements.. Unlike debt settlement or bankruptcy, where some or all of certain types of debt can be discharged, student loan forgiveness doesn't hurt your credit and can be an excellent way to get help paying back what you owe.

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7 hours ago Jason Iuliano, associate professor of law at the University of Utah and an expert on student loan bankruptcy law, told Yahoo Finance that the …

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9 hours ago Student loan borrowers are taking to social media to celebrate inflation. That’s right, inflation: the sound-the-alarm scourge to consumers everywhere that’s hiking the price of goods and

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it free to enroll in student loan forgiveness programs?

Enrolling in federal programs like income-based repayment and federal student loan consolidation is free to do on your own through the Department of Education. There are a few additional niche student loan forgiveness or payment assistance programs you may qualify for through federal or state programs.

Are there law school loan forgiveness programs for public service employees?

Fortunately, there are law school loan forgiveness and student loan assistance programs out there to help with that lingering debt from college — and even more for those who dedicate their lives to public service.

What kind of jobs offer student loan forgiveness?

11 jobs that offer student loan forgiveness. 1 1. Federal agency employee. Here’s a little-known fact that applies to federal agencies: If they are having a hard time finding new employees to fill ... 2 2. Public service worker. 3 3. Doctor/physician. 4 4. Lawyer. 5 5. Automotive professionals. More items

How much of a student loan can a teacher get forgiven?

Qualifying teachers can also get up to $17,500 of their federal loans forgiven after five years teaching full-time under the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program. The American Federation of Teachers has a searchable database of state and local loan forgiveness programs.

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