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The PSLF and the PROSPER Act

Understanding the future of education can be a difficult task, especially with the overwhelming amount of sources and sites out there. Luckily, all the information you need is right here, particularly information regarding the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. The latest in PSLF news is the advancement of the PROSPER Act, which stands for Promoting Real Opportunity, Success, and Prosperity through Education Reform. For those who rely on PSLF, this latest piece of legislation could mean major changes coming their way.
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Jobs that Qualify for the PSLF

College is known to be one of the greatest times in any student’s life. With that great experience, however, comes a pretty hefty price tag. Luckily, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) can help you go from living off ramen noodles to living debt-free. All you have to do is choose a full-time job you’re excited to spend at least 10 years with, which may sound like a lot of time, but when you’re passionate about your job, it will go by quickly. If you’re looking for a career that won’t break the bank, but you’re tired of flooding your web browser with confusing tabs, take a look below at the different job categories that may best suit your needs. The number of PSLF jobs out there may surprise you.
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Student Loan Repayment Updates | Details About the PSLF’s Future

An investment in higher education is an investment in your future. For many people seeking to become lawyers, doctors and other public service employees, part of that investment requires taking out large loans to pay for school. Since 2007, those entering full-time careers in the state, local, or tribal governments, 501(c)3 organizations, AmeriCorp, or the Peace Corps could apply to have much of that debt forgiven through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF). Now, however, new student loan borrowers may not qualify for the program.
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