Student Loan Forgiveness (and Other Ways the Government Can Help You Repay Your Loans)

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Here’s a question a lot of people may be wondering … Is it really possible to have my federal student loans forgiven or to get help repaying them? The answer is: Yes! However, there are very specific eligibility requirements for each situation in which you can apply for loan forgiveness or receive help with repayment. Loan forgiveness means that you don’t have to pay back some or all of your loan.

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