Nov 29, 2016
Grant Wood Area Education Agency has partnered with the Association of Educational Service Agencies (AESA) to provide expertise on student loan forgiveness. While some educators may benefit from the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is for any full-time staff member. The loan forgiveness amount is individually determined and tax-free.
After enrolling in this program, educators in our area have realized an average decrease in monthly payments of 83%. The average potential loan balance forgiven per employee enrolled in the program to date is $61,228! We encourage all full time employees with federal student loan debt to look into this benefit.
It's quick and easy to find out if you are eligible. Click here and enter registration code: AEA10
Answer 5 simple questions, find out your potential savings instantly and schedule your no cost, no obligation consultation today.
You should try this if you have federal student loans and would like to:
* Immediately lower your monthly student loan payment.
* Reduce your student loan debt.
* Significantly reduce your cost of earning additional degrees.
* Receive a personal 10-year loan forgiveness plan outlining your savings in the program.
You may eligible if:
* You're a full-time employee.
* You have federal student loans such as: Subsidized Stafford, Unsubsidized Stafford, Perkins, Parent
PLUS or Graduate PLUS loans
* You're taking out student loans on behalf of an undergraduate student.
* You're pursuing an additional degree.
See success stories here.
After reviewing your plan, if you choose to enroll with ISLS, there will be a one-time strategy and implementation fee for this service.
If you have any questions please call 1.866.831.5564, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the isloansolutions.com website.
The AESA Student Loan Forgiveness Program is powered by the student loan forgiveness expertise of Innovative Student Loan Solutions, a BBB A+ Rated organization that has helped thousands of individuals across the U.S. maximize the under-utilized Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.