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Loan Forgiveness

All our clients will be consolidated into the William D. Ford Federal Direct Program also known as the Obama Student Loan Forgiveness program, where every consolidated loan has forgiveness attached at the end of the term. At the end of your consolidated loans term, any unpaid balance will be forgiven by the Department of Education. There are a variety of repayment options in the Obama Student Loan consolidation program, and provisions which allow for early forgiveness or principal reduction on your consolidated loan. Call us today to see if you qualify 1-888-803-4609

Teacher Loan Forgiveness

The Teacher Loan Forgiveness program is probably the most beneficial of all the loan forgiveness plans available as teachers not only qualify for early forgiveness, but principal reduction as well. Teachers can be eligible for $5,000 to $17,500 in principal reduction on their loans under certain circumstances in the Teacher Loan Forgiveness program. The idea behind this principal reduction was to encourage young graduates to enter into a career of teaching, and also to continue that career. Teachers also qualify for complete loan forgiveness after 10 years of repaying their loans. For more information go to our Teacher Loan Forgiveness page.

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

You may qualify for public service loan forgiveness if you work full-time in a public service job. After making 120 payments under certain repayment plans while working full time in a public service position, the balance of your Federal Student Loan would be completely forgiven. For more information go to our Public Service Loan Forgiveness page.

Total and Permanent Disability Discharge

A borrower may qualify for Total and Permanent Disability Discharge on their Federal Student Loans if they are unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity because of a physical or mental impairment. For more information go to our Total and Permanent Disability Discharge page

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Loan consolidation is rapidly becoming a top choice for university graduates who are looking for more affordable ways to repay their student loan. With overwhelming amount of student loan, students and graduates are scouring for much needed help. Student loan relief companies, such as Debt.org, offer these debtors some help.


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Refinancing: A Way to Relieve your Payment of Student Loan Debt

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When you think about it, you get to enjoy more of your hard earned cash if you choose to settle your student loan debt through refinancing. It is a sure fire way to lessen your monthly debts, but only a handful of financial institutions offer this kind of service.



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