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If you're struggling with your monthly student loan payments, you may have heard that there are ways for you to lower your payments or even have a portion of your loan forgiven. But you may not know where to start or whether you qualify for one of these beneficial programs. That's why the Student Loan Relief Center, Inc. is here to help.
Consolidation vs. Forgiveness
At the most basic level, the difference between student loan consolidation and student loan forgiveness is simple: consolidation allows you to combine several loans into one and lower your monthly payments, while forgiveness allows a portion or the remainder of your loan to be discharged.
In both cases, you'll have to meet certain criteria to take advantage of these programs, but the experts at the Student Loan Relief Center, Inc. can:
- Evaluate your case
- Determine the best course of action for you
- Work with your federal lenders to secure the maximum savings possible
- Help you get yourself on financially sound footing.
If you have several federal student loans, you can apply for a consolidation and lower your monthly rate. With the help of a negotiator, your payments will be minimized, allowing you to save money in the long run and make paying for your education easier.
Those who work in certain public service professions can qualify for student loan forgiveness on their federal loans, which releases you from a portion of your debt, provided that they maintain full-time employment in your field.
If you want to find out whether you qualify for the student loan forgiveness program or how to consolidate student loans, contact one of our specialists today. The expert debt arbitrators at the Student Loan Relief Center, Inc. will guide you through the process and work hard on your behalf, answering any questions you have along the way.
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