Bill Furbee, American Libraries

Recognition and Relief: Librarians reflect on life-changing federal loan forgiveness

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program has helped thousands of qualifying borrowers handle student loans. However, many others have experienced red tape and bureaucratic headaches when trying to access PSLF. To date, significantly more people have been turned down than accepted into the program. These are the stories of a few librarians and their paths towards PSLF acceptance.

Tara Siegel Bernard, The New York Times

The Student Loan Payment Restart Was Delayed. Here’s What to Do.

The Biden Administration has extended the timeout to May 1, so almost 27 million borrowers with federal student loans will no longer be expected to restart their payments in February. If you’re anxious about making payments again, you have plenty of options- and now is the time to thoroughly evaluate them. Here’s what you need to know about the restart and the payment plans that might help you.

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