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Public Service Loan Forgiveness
If you work for a city, state, federal organization or a non-profit you may qualify for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Teacher Loan Forgiveness
Did you know if you are a teacher you may qualify for principal reduction of up to $17,500 on your loans?
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- We Determine If You Qualify For a Student Loan Forgiveness Plan
- We Help You Prepare And Submit Your Application To The Department Of Education
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Free Consultation Service
Our consultation service is completely free. If you decide to use our document preparation service to file your paperwork, there is a fee associated with that, but the call to determine which programs you qualify for is free.
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You can find out which programs you qualify for in under 10 minutes on the phone. If you don’t have that long to speak you can have a specialist call you back at a time when it is convenient for you.
File The Paperwork
If you choose to use our document preparation services (there is a fee for this service, but there is no obligation to use it) we will help you prepare and file the proper paperwork with the Department of Education.
The following federal education loans are eligible for consolidation: Subsidized Loans, Subsidized Federal Stafford Loans, and Direct Subsidized Loans.
There are many repayment options available for different financial situations. See if your financial status may qualify you for special loan repayment options.
Loan Balance Forgiven
Do you qualify to have your student loan balance forgiven? Find out what it takes to get you enrolled in one of the many available programs to reduce or even eliminate your student loan debt.