November 03, 2016

Student Loan Best Practices in the Face of Political Change

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Student Loan Best Practices in the Face of Political Change

In today’s political climate, many questions surround the future of America’s student loan repayment programs. The current White House administration has put forth a number of proposals to change key aspects of the income-based repayment and the Public Service Loan Forgiveness programs. While it remains to be seen whether these changes will be adopted and passed by Congress, the next elected president is expected to have a significant impact on the future of student debt in America. The Democratic and Republican presidential candidates have differing visions for federal student loan programs, which could have a significant impact on your repayment strategy.

DRB, a leading bank and national online lender that specializes in refinancing student loans, will discuss student loan best practices for JDs in the face of this uncertainty. DRB will address the most suitable repayment options currently available to you, and the potential changes to student loan programs that you need to keep in mind when choosing a long term strategy.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What you should consider when choosing between federal loan programs and private student loan refinancing
  • How borrowers can save $20,200+ over the life of their loans on average by refinancing
  • How the current proposed changes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) and income based repayment programs may affect your student loan repayment strategy
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