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You May Qualify for Student Loan Forgiveness After All — But Hurry

Physicians can rejoice about an event in Oct 2021: The Department of Education changed the rules for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). This means many physicians who were rejected for PSLF before, may qualify now.

Three MAJOR Updates for Student Loans Borrowers

August, 2022: Three MAJOR Updates for Student Loans Borrowers

On August 24th, the Biden Administration gave some long-awaited updates on their promised overhaul of the federal student loan system.

PSLF Limited Waiver Opportunity Window Closing Soon!

It takes a full 50 days for all of these steps to process, so the clock is ticking! All must be submitted by October 31st for all those pursuing PSLF.

Student Loan Industry Pros Call for Reform to PSLF

The letter to President Biden calls for several steps towards reforming PSLF

PSLF, Covid, and REFUNDS!

If you are pursuing PSLF, your loans will be switching over to MOHELA shortly—if they haven’t already! The transition period has already begun and will be complete by September 30th.

Are Your Student Loans Switched to MOHELA?

If you are pursuing PSLF, your loans will be switching over to MOHELA shortly—if they haven’t already! The transition period has already begun and will be complete by September 30th.

Friends Don’t Let Friends Miss Out on PSLF

If you have a friend who’s ready to start their PSLF journey, send them our way! If you’re already a client of Navigate, you can receive a gift by referring a friend to us.Don’t keep PSLF to yourself: it pays to share!

More Proposed Changes for PSLF

More Proposed Changes for PSLF

The PSLF program was created by Congress in 2007, now, Congress may be poised to expand and simplify the existing PSLF legislation.

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New Changes to PSLF: New Opportunities for Scammers

There are big, exciting things coming out for student loan borrowers right now—like the PSLF Limited Waiver Opportunity—things too important to let scammers ruin them.

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Is there too much student debt out there?

You know just how many factors go into a person’s health: family history, diet, exercise, environmental factors…the list goes on. There are other influences that may not so readily come to mind, but researchers are continually finding links between different stressors in our lives and their impact on our health. One that you may not have thought about before, but is receiving more and more attention: student loans.