Your full-time employment likely qualifies you to participate in the Public Service Loan
Forgiveness (PSLF) Program, which provides tax-free student loan debt forgiveness.
If you’re reading this, you likely work for a qualifying Arizona nonprofit or government employer, and your employment makes you eligible for student loan forgiveness in the generous PSLF program.
The PSLF program is significantly underutilized and has proven to be a complicated program to navigate. As such, most eligible employees with student loan debt aren’t participating in the program and are unlikely to be on track to receive student loan forgiveness.
We’ve partnered with the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits to provide a low-cost service that will help you get certified in the PSLF program while avoiding the substantial problems and hassles that many encounter while working towards loan forgiveness.
One-time 2018 congressional appropriation that extends PSLF to two previously ineligible repayment plans. This money is available on a first-come, first-served basis until it’s gone. If you’ve been turned down for the PSLF program or didn’t think you were eligible for PSLF, the new Temporary PSLF program may qualify you for federal student loan forgiveness.