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Connecticut is one of a handful of states that has no student loan forgiveness programs specific to state residents. All isn’t lost, though. Connecticut residents qualify for all the non-state-specific student loan forgiveness programs available elsewhere in the country. Here’s an overview.
With Americans now owing over $1.4 billion in student loans, some states have stepped up to help their residents pay back those loans a bit more quickly — especially if they can do so while providing much-needed skills to other state residents.
To incentivize health professionals to work in areas of high need, Massachusetts offers loan repayment assistance to borrowers in the medical field.
If you're a Georgia resident, then you probably know that Georgia has put a lot of money toward higher education by funding tuition programs like the HOPE Scholarship and the Zell Miller Scholarship for college students.
The good news for those who have already graduated is that the State also funds a number of loan repayment programs.
If you’re struggling with education debt, student loan forgiveness and discharge programs may sound like a dream come true.
But depending on which forgiveness or discharge program you qualify for, you could get hit with a hefty tax bill after your balance is wiped out. Below, find out how seven different forgiveness and discharge programs work and which treat your forgiven balance as taxable income.
But did you know that some West Virginians will be able to get their loans forgiven? If you are a primary care physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, dentist, or nurse midwife, you could be eligible for loan repayment assistance.