Check out these tips to make sure you’re on track for Public Service Loan Forgiveness.
If you’re a teacher, member of the military, first responder, government employee, or work in another area of public service, you may be eligible for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.
A default can lead to severe consequences, including damaged credit, wage garnishment, and offset of social security and other government benefits. There are options to get back on track after falling behind on a federal student loan.
We recently published our Consumer Response Annual Report, which provides an overview of the complaints we received in 2016.
Errors in your college enrollment record can affect your finances in ways you don’t expect.
We are working to improve transparency in the student loan servicing market to better serve consumers.
Check out these tips to help tackle your student loan debt.
After reviewing more than 3,400 comments on our student loan Payback Playbook, we worked to create revised prototype disclosures. The updated Payback Playbook prototype will provide borrowers with personalized and actionable information on their student loan repayment plan options and help borrowers secure a monthly payment they can afford.
As the number of older Americans with student debt has quadrupled, older borrowers complain about many problems with lenders, loan servicers, and debt collectors that exacerbate their financial challenges.
All student loan borrowers have the right to pay off their student loans as fast as they can, but some borrowers who try to make extra payments may run into servicing roadblocks. Learn more about how to protect yourself and avoid getting knocked off track.