Does anyone know if the public loan forgiveness program is on the chopping block with recent budget cuts?
I turned down a few full-tuition scholarships to attend a T10 and am now rethinking my debt ceiling. And yes, I was planning a public interest route.
Discuss various money matters here. Loans (federal and private), scholarships, lottery winnings, or other school finance related information and queries.
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I wouldn't worry about it. It was a bipartisan resolution that was passed during Bush's presidency. The only way i see them re-examining whether to keep the program is in 2032, when people on IBR want forgiveness for the 25 years of payments.
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Not sure if you meant they would reconsider IBR for future students in 2032 or they would change theur minds and tell people in 2032 that made 25 years of payments that they were screwed now, but I am sure we will know well in advance if they decide to cut either. It wouldn't be retroactive. They can't tell people they have a repayment option and then have it change later. People would have to know in advance that they didn't have that repayment option. I don't know if two years from now they will say "no more IBR," but it wouldn't be for loans you took out prior to the policy change.
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