Public Service Loan Forgiveness and You: Info & Webinars – Oct 31

Posted by Philadelphia Federal Credit Union on October 4, 2022

As an employee of a non-profit 501(c)3 or government agency, you and your colleagues are some of the 550,000 people who will benefit from temporary changes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness. However, in order to benefit, there are actions that must be taken before October 31, 2022. Because this process can be confusing, PFCU will present webinars to help you and your colleagues navigate PSLF requirements and maximize your benefit.

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As an employee at a non-profit 501(c)3 or government agency, you are likely eligible to take advantage of a *limited time* kinder, gentler Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, but you need to take action ASAP.

In the past, PSLF has left many applicants feeling rejected and confused. However, you may benefit from the temporary changes to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. That is why, Philadelphia Federal Credit Union is presenting free webinars and materials to help you understand how to qualify for this program and answer your questions.

The deadline to apply for the limited-time PSLF waiver is October 31, 2022. You can find information and resources here: PSLF Limited Waiver slides. And register for free webinars through links below:

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Webinars:

Introduction to PSLF and How to Qualify: If you are new to PSLF and want step by step instructions, this is for you.

  • Thursday, October 6, noon-1:00 PM, Register
  • Tuesday, October 18, noon-1:00 PM, Register

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Q&A: If you have experience with PSLF but still have questions, come ask our special guest. Matt Amory, a volunteer consumer advocate and PSLF specialist will answer your questions. Friday, October 7, 3:00-4:00 PM, Register.

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