Student Debt Advocates Advises Borrowers on Public Service Loan Forgiveness

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Many borrowers are under the impression that they do not qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) because of the field they work on. Student Debt Advocates advises borrowers on which programs they qualify for.

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There are many careers that a borrower can choose to help have their student loan debt forgiven via the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. PSLF is a government program that forgives the federal loans of a borrower who works in the nonprofit or public sector after making 120 qualified monthly payments. To be considered a qualified payment that payment has to be made while the borrower is employed full time (working at least 30 hours/week) and the payment has be made on time. Additionally, the borrower has to be enrolled in one of the income driven programs available.

Many borrowers out there simply do not know what the qualifications are and make payments that do not qualify. Borrowers that work for a nonprofit, any city, state or federal agency can choose to be in a program that qualifies for PSLF. The position that a borrower chooses within these organizations is up to them and as long as they meet the criteria, borrowers will qualify.

Student Debt Advocates has advised and prepared documents for thousands of borrowers to lead them on a path to PSLF. Individuals that are interested in obtaining further information can reach out to Student Debt Advocates by calling (800) 272-5308 or visiting

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