Trump Continues Plan to Forgive $7.7 Billion Dollars Of Student Debt
In January, President Trump announced that he was going to continue the program former President Obama began 4 years ago. The plan to forgive $7.7 billion in federal student loans held by an estimated 387,000 Americans.
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Trump recently made the statement:
“Although President Obama and myself don’t see eye-to-eye on everything, we do agree on the fact that the Education system has failed our students. We have just reopened official federal phone lines and operators are standing by to help students erase their Student Debt.”
This is extremely fortunate, but luckily there is still time to consolidate your loans, or in many cases get your loans completely forgiven.
This is a big deal, because there are millions of Americans struggling with student loan debt. Disabled Americans aren’t the only people who qualify for student loan forgiveness. You may also qualify if you’re struggling with a financial hardship.
How Does it Work?
The government would like as many people as possible to lower their student loan payments. There are many programs that can either forgive your student loan or dramatically lower your student loan payment down to $0.
“I stay up crying every night thinking about how I’m going to provide a better future for my child.”
“When I first signed up for college I didn’t think anything about taking out student loans. They told me they were ‘grants.’ After I graduated I haven’t been able to find a job. Now the loan companies call and harass me every day for their payments I can’t afford.
The worst part is my parents co-signed my loan and now they’re getting harassed and are worried about their retirement. I feel like I ruined their life and my life as well. I can’t buy a car, buy a house or save for my future. I stay up crying every night thinking about how I’m going to provide a better future for my child. I thought I was going to live the American dream this is an absolute nightmare.”
What You Can Do About It
The time to act is now. This program may end any time without notice. If you are a loved one is struggling with crippling student loan debt it’s not your fault and you’re not alone.
Over 40 Million Americans are currently struggling with their student loans. You can get help simply CLICK or call the number below to speak with a student loan forgiveness counselor.. Every day you wait your student loan is getting bigger.
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