The Biden administration recently announced the introduction of a temporary expansion of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. The program cancels outstanding student debt for public servants.
In order to be eligible, debt holders must have made 120 payments toward their federal student debt on-time for at least 10 years. The loans must have been made through the federal government and payments must have been made through repayment plans, most of which are based upon income. They must also work for the government or one of the non-profit organizations specified by the program. Many teachers, public defenders, Peace Corps workers, and law enforcement officers may qualify for forgiveness.
The initial round of debt cancellations through the temporary expansion has just been announced. Over 30,000 debt holders are to be issued around $2 billion from the program in debt relief. Around 10,000 of these borrowers have already received notification of their cancelled balance, while the other 20,000 are expected to have a zero balance in a few weeks.
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