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Why You Shouldn’t Hesitate to Get into the PSLF Plan

In the US, student loan debt is an intensely hot topic of debate, and understandably so. Over the past decade, student debt across the nation has amounted to more than $1.5 trillion (an amount only matched by the country’s mortgage debt); and according to a poll by New York Life, students take an average of

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What Does Student Debt Look Like in Other Major Countries?

State of Student Debt in the United States. Since 1985 college tuition has spiked more than 500%.  Student debt in the United States is at unheard-of levels.  The current student debt load for college students in the United States is at 1.5 trillion and counting.  Once the first nation in the world for producing college

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF): Too Good to Be True?

If you are like most Americans, then you have taken on debt to go to college.  As college tuition costs hit stratospheric heights, paying for college with student loans is a popular option.  As we have heard in the news for the past few years, this debt is crushingly expensive for an increasing number of

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Teachers Get College Debt Forgiveness with PSLF.

According to US News and World report, the median range of high school teachers’ salary is roughly $59,000.00.  It seems a reasonable average until one considers the cost of getting a degree, then the loan repayments really eat away at earnings.  As it is one of the most critical (yet unappreciated) jobs in the country,

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