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You may be able to get your Federal Student Loans forgiven if you qualify for any of the available forgiveness programs. Contact us today to get started.

Income Based Repayment (IBR)

If you are struggling financially, you may qualify for income-based payments. These payments can often equate to $0/month payments, and your loan will still be getting chipped away while in this program.


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If you're having trouble making payments on your federal student loans, we have several options available to help you manage your debt. Check out this video to learn more about changing repayment plans, postponing or reducing your payments, or combining your federal student loans.

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Top Student Loan Servicer Navient Being Sued By the Government

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against Navient, the largest student loan servicer in the country. The allegation is simple but powerful: Navient illegally cheated borrowers out of certain rights they have in repaying their student debt. Read the full case filing.

Trying to Appeal Student Debt? Apply For Federal Student Loan Forgiveness

Struggling to pay off your student loan? Don't avoid the problem. If you have taken out a federal student loan and want to find out if you qualify for one of the federal student loan programs, read how college students across the nation have been applying for loan forgiveness to help pay for their college loans.

ATI Career Training Centers In Texas Rips Off Students

ATI Career Training Centers in Texas were informed by the Texas Workforce Commission that they were to cease enrolling students in their programs as of 2014. ATI, a formerly $400 million company may have gotten away with ripping off its students and the taxpayers for several years, but with the closure of its 16 Texas-based campuses, Texas students will no longer become victims of this for-profit scam artist.

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