Monthly Archives: August 2021

Automatic Interest Waiver for Service Members

It looks like we have another announcement coming in! On August 20, 2021, the Department of Education made another beneficial announcement for service members: automatic interest waivers. Previously, service members would have to actually apply for the interest waiver, but more »

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Disability Student Loan Discharges

On August 19, 2021, the US Department of Education announced that it will automatically wipe out (discharge) student loans of borrowers with total and permanent disability (TPD). This will benefit around 323,000 borrowers beginning in September 2021 via matching to more »

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COVID-19 Student Loan Repayment Pause Extended Until January 31, 2022

Today, August 6, 2021, President Biden announced the pause on federal student loan repayments “one final time until January 31, 2022.” The key words may be “one final time,” so borrowers should plan accordingly. Biden’s statement reasons that this gives more »

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PSLF Complaints & Comments

The Department of Education is asking for your help on how to improve PSLF. They want your comments about COVID-19 affecting PSLF and how they can improve PSLF for you. Specifically, they want to know: Public Service & Student Debt more »

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