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Quick Student Loan Debt Relief Update

The Biden Administration passed student loan debt relief of up to $20,000 per person.

Let's take a quick dive into student loan debt relief and what that means for you. All information in this email is condensed from studentaid.gov.



Apply for Student Loan Debt Relief NOW!


The student loan debt relief application is open until December 31, 2023... but sooner is usually better than later. Apply here: https://studentaid.gov/debt-relief/application The application is quick and easy. They'll check your facts and figure out if you received a Pell Grant or not. Student loan debt relief applies to the following federal loans:

  • Subsidized loans

  • Unsubsidized loans

  • Parent PLUS loans

  • Graduate PLUS loans

Honestly, guys, if you have federal student loan debt right now (or did in the last two years, apply. It takes a few minutes and could have a massive payoff. Two important notes: This applies to loans that are in default, too! Also, if you've voluntarily paid on any loans that were in federal deferment because of the stimulus plans, that money will be automatically refunded to you up to your qualified relief amount.



Qualifications for Student Loan Debt Relief


This Student Loan Debt Relief program has some income limitations. Check out the chart below. If you received a Pell Grant and you meet the income limitations, then you're eligible for up to $20,000 of student loan debt relief. If you did not receive a Pell Grant and you meet the income limitations, then you're eligible for up to $10,000 of student loan debt relief. Important note: You need to meet the income criteria for either 2020 or 2021, but you don’t need to meet it for both years.


What Happens After Your Application

First, please apply if you have federal student loans and you're trying to pay off your debt. After you apply, you'll get some communication over email. Please beware of scams. They're going to pop up. Make sure you're corresponding ONLY with noreply@studentaid.gov, noreply@debtrelief.studentaid.gov, or ed.gov@public.govdelivery.com and your student loan servicer when it comes to your student loans. Here's the email flow:

  1. You'll get an email confirmation right away. Don't check Studentaid.gov. It won't help you or update your status.

  2. The Student Aid department will contact you if they need more information or to tell you that you're not eligible.

  3. You'll be told that your application is approved.

  4. Your student loan servicer will tell you when debt relief is applied and what your new monthly payment will be after December 31, 2022.

The sooner you apply, the sooner you'll know all those details!


Want To Know More?

If you want to read more about student loan debt relief, go to the website below at studentaid.gov. Get your information straight from the source, so you know it's all accurate. https://studentaid.gov/manage-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/debt-relief-info I hope that this email helped you! If you have any other questions about earning more or saving more, click the button to book a coaching session below. I'm happy to help you.


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