Public Service Loan Forgiveness

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It's morning in America!
It's morning in America!

I don't know if you've heard the good news but we've just instituted a new government loan forgiveness program for this election cycle!

You can check it out at the White House website here: ...

“Dedicated public servants are the lifeblood of democracy. They do the hard work that is essential to our country’s success – protecting us, teaching our children, keeping our streets clean and our lights on, and so much more.”

President Potemkin

We've setup simple tools at the website for everyone to find out if they are eligible.

You'll also meet several people who are examples of those who're eligible. Here's just one of the many you'll read about:

After attending the University of Chicago, Alicia moved abroad to work for a U.S.-based non-governmental organization (NGO) for six years. During her time abroad, she was paying her Direct Loans every month. She returned to the United States for her Master’s degree, during which she was not working but was still paying her student loans. Upon completion of her Master’s, she took a job with the State of Colorado as a scientist where she has worked for the last four years and continued to pay her student loans. Should Alicia apply for PSLF right now?

Yes! Why? – Alicia is eligible to receive forgiveness today due to her six years of service with a U.S.-based NGO and her four years of service with the State of Colorado. Under the temporary changes, even if she wasn’t on the right payment plan or did not make minimum, on-time payments, she would be eligible to receive the full benefit of PSLF having made 120 payments working for both qualified employers. Alicia should make sure she applies by October 31, 2022.

This is truly a great day for all Americans! And of course my new loan forgiveness programs are already paid for and don't cost anything.

It's morning in America!