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Student Loan Forgiveness
Student Loan Forgiveness

You may be able to get your Federal Student Loans forgiven if you qualify for any of the available forgiveness programs. Call us today to get started.

Income Based Repayment
Income Based Repayment

In this repayment program, you would have a payment based on your income and family size that’s as low as $0.00 per month.

Student Loan Consolidation
Student Loan Consolidation

Loan consolidation will take all your federal student loans and combine them into one new loan. You will have only one lender and payment.

Qualify Today For Student Loan Forgiveness

If You Attended a For-Profit College or University

You may be able to get your Federal Student Loans forgiven if you qualify for any of the available forgiveness programs. Give us a call today to get started.

HOW WE HELP YOU

Say Goodbye to Your Student Loans With Multiple Programs

GRADUATED REPAYMENT

Payments are lower than the standard repayment plan. However, the payments increase every two years.

INCOME BASED (IBR)

The payment plan is strictly based on a borrower’s income as well as the size of their family. Borrowers are expected to pay 15% of their discretionary income to the student loans. Moreover, the borrowers can enjoy payments as low as $0.00/month.

STANDARD REPAYMENT

Borrowers pay a fixed amount every month for as long as it takes. The amount of payments made depends on the term of the loan, borrowed amount and the interest rate charged on the loan.

INCOME CONTINGENT (ICR)

Payments made are based on the amount borrowed, interest rate, the income of the borrower, family size and loan balance. Like IBR, borrowers may benefit from payments as low as $0.00/month.

PAY AS YOU EARN (PAYE)

This is the lowest monthly payment plan. Payments are based on the income and use 10% of one’s discretionary income, unlike the 15% used in IBR. Qualification for the PAYE program is, however, more difficult compared to other payment plans.

REVISED PAY AS YOU EARN (REPAYE)

This new income-driven plan may provide substantial relief to millions of federal student loan borrowers who are currently ineligible for the Pay-As-You-Earn plan due to that plan’s strict eligibility requirements.

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