Guide to Student Loan Forgiveness for Teachers

Becoming a schoolteacher is heralded as a rewarding profession but not one that often comes with a large paycheck. Starting salaries for public school teachers range from $27,000 to $48,000, according to the National Education Association. And yet, teachers who graduate with a Master in Education carry an average of $50,000 in student loan debt.

With salaries like these, it’s no wonder teachers can struggle to afford their student loan payments. Thankfully, classroom teachers qualify for many debt forgiveness programs. These programs can help give teachers an extra boost to help them pay down debt while working.

These are the most important student loan forgiveness programs for teachers, which we’ll review in detail in this guide.

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness forgives Direct student loans for teachers. Public sector employees who make payments for 10 years qualify for debt forgiveness.

How do loans become eligible?

Teachers at nonprofit schools are eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness. This includes public and private nonprofit schools. To qualify, teachers must make 120 on-time payments while working full time in a public service role.

The 120 payments do not have to be consecutive. However, you must pay the full amount listed on your bill. Additionally, your loans must be in good standing when you make the payment.

How much of my loan will be forgiven?

After 120 payments, the government will cancel 100% of the remaining balance and interest on your Direct Federal Loans. Direct Federal Loans include:

  • Direct Subsidized Loans
  • Direct Unsubsidized Loans
  • Direct PLUS Loans — for parents and graduate or professional students
  • Direct Consolidation Loans

Some federal loans are excluded from forgiveness. These include:

  • Subsidized Federal Stafford Loans
  • Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans
  • Federal PLUS Loans — for parents and graduate or professional students
  • Federal Consolidation Loans (excluding joint spousal consolidation loans)
  • Federal Perkins Loans

However, you may refinance the excluded loans into a direct consolidation loan. The full balance of the direct consolidation loan becomes eligible for forgiveness.

Can I take advantage while I’m on a payment plan?

You qualify for loan forgiveness as long as you are on a qualified repayment option. That means that you must make standard payments or the payments required by an income-based repayment plan.

Payments only count toward forgiveness if your loan is in active status. Payments made while loans are in the six-month grace period, deferment, forbearance, or default do not count toward forgiveness.

Is forgiveness taxable?

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) is completely tax-free. You will not see an increased tax bill the year your loans are forgiven.

Any fine print?

Even if you qualify for loan forgiveness, the government will not automatically discharge your loans. You need to submit the PSLF application to receive loan forgiveness.

The applications for loan forgiveness are not yet available. The U.S. Department of Education will make them available before October 2017.

The Department of Education encourages participants to submit an employment certification form to FedLoan Servicing. This will help ensure that you’re on the right track for loan forgiveness.

Tips and tricks

Consider refinancing PLUS, Stafford, and Perkins loans into a direct consolidation loan. If you take this route, the entire consolidation loan will be forgiven. PSLF works best in conjunction with an income-based repayment plan. These plans lower your monthly payments. Since you will qualify for loan forgiveness, this means more money in your pocket. Just remember, you must keep your loans in good standing to qualify for forgiveness.

Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness

The Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness program encourages teachers to work in the neediest areas of the country. Teachers who qualify can have up to $17,500 in federal loans forgiven after five years.

How do loans become eligible?

Teachers must complete five consecutive years of teaching at a low-income (Title I) school. If your school transitions off the list after your first year of teaching, your work in that school still counts toward forgiveness.

Your loans may not be in default at the end of your five years of teaching. The only exception includes loans that are set up in a repayment arrangement.

Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans and Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans can be forgiven. Loans must have originated after October 1, 1998. This is important for anyone who hasn’t paid off loans and wants to consider teaching as a second career.

How much of my loan will be forgiven?

To receive the full $17,500 in forgiveness, you must meet one of two criteria: either work as a highly qualified math or science teacher in a secondary school, or work as a qualified special education teacher for children with disabilities.

Other highly qualified teachers can have up to $5,000 of loans forgiven if they work in Title I schools.

You’ll notice that all teachers must be “highly qualified.” To meet the highly qualified standard, you must be licensed in the state you work, hold a bachelor’s degree, and demonstrate competence in the subject(s) you teach. Do you need to check whether you’re highly qualified? The U.S. Department of Education explains qualification in detail.

Can I take advantage while I’m on a payment plan?

You qualify for teacher loan forgiveness as long as you are on a qualified repayment option. These include the standard 10 year repayment plans or the payments required by an income-based repayment plan. If your loan goes into a default, a repayment arrangement works with this program.

Is forgiveness taxable?

The Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness program forgives your loans and does not result in a taxable event.

Any fine print?

Qualified teachers must submit this application with administrative certification. Be sure you work with your school’s administration in advance.

Tips and tricks

Consider teaching at a Title I school directly after graduation. The loan forgiveness may help you achieve debt freedom within five years. Consider an income-based repayment program to lower your payments while you’re teaching.

Teacher Cancellation for Federal Perkins Loans

If you’re a teacher who took out a Federal Perkins Loan from your school, you may qualify for loan cancellation. Teachers can cancel up to 100% of their Perkins Loans after five years.

How do loans become eligible?

The teacher cancellation program for Perkins Loans is one the most lenient programs for loan forgiveness. You will qualify to have loans forgiven if you meet any one of these three requirements:

  • You work full time in a low-income (Title I) school.
  • You work full time as a special education teacher.
  • You work full time in a designated shortage area (such as math, science, foreign language, bilingual education, or any shortage area declared by your state).

If you work part time at multiple qualifying schools, you may qualify for loan cancellation.

Your loans may be in a grace period, deferment, or any qualified repayment plan at the time of discharge. They may not be in default.

How much of my loan will be forgiven?

Over the course of five years, 100% of your Federal Perkins Loan will be forgiven. The discharge occurs at the end of each academic year. In years 1 and 2, the government discharges 15% of the principal balance of the loan. It cancels 20% of the loan in years 3 and 4 of service. The final year, the remaining 30% of your loan will be canceled.

In most cases, the five years of service do not have to be consecutive. However, this isn’t always the case. The university that issued your Perkins Loan administers the loan cancellation program. That means you need to check with your alma mater for complete details.

Can I take advantage while I’m on a payment plan?

You qualify for Perkins loan forgiveness as long as you are on a qualified repayment option. Your payment plan could be the standard 10 year repayment plans or an income-based repayment plan. If you qualify for deferment, your loans may still be eligible for cancellation.

Is forgiveness taxable?

This program forgives your loans and does not result in a taxable event.

Any fine print?

You must request the appropriate forms from the university that holds the loans. If you don’t know the office that administers Perkins Loans, contact your university’s financial aid office.

Tips and tricks

If your Federal Perkins Loan qualifies for deferment, take advantage of this option. Under deferment, you don’t have to make any payments on the loan. At the same time, the government pays any accruing interest. Teachers who qualify for deferment can have 100% of their Perkins Loan forgiven without ever paying a dime.

TEACH Grant

The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant isn’t like other loan cancellation programs. Under the terms of the program, you accept the money during your college years. Eligible students can receive a grant of up to $4,000 per year of education. After you graduate, you agree to work as a teacher for four years in a high-need field in schools that serve low-income families.

As long as you keep your end of the bargain, you don’t have to pay the money back. Otherwise, the grant transforms into a loan. If you’re planning to become a teacher, this can be a great opportunity. But you need to understand the details before you accept the grant.

How do I qualify for a TEACH Grant?

To qualify for a TEACH Grant, you must enroll in a teacher education program, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, maintain a certain GPA (usually 3.25), and agree to a work requirement.

When you accept a TEACH Grant you agree to work as a teacher in a high-need field serving low-income families. You must complete four years of full-time teaching within eight years of graduation.

What if I don’t keep up my end of the bargain?

If you don’t keep up your end of the bargain, the funds get converted into a Direct Unsubsidized Loan. What’s worse? The interest begins accruing from the point you received the grant. That means you’ll have the principal and interest to pay.

Don’t take a TEACH Grant unless you plan to meet the work requirements.

Are TEACH Grants taxable?

TEACH Grants are nontaxable education grants. However, you cannot claim a tax credit for education expenses paid by the grant.

Any fine print?

In this instance, you take the money first and agree to do the work later. That means that you’re taking on a risk.

You must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid form, and you must complete a training and counseling module from StudentAid.gov. Pay attention to the training; it will help you understand the risks of the TEACH Grant.

Tips and tricks

The TEACH Grant offers a great way to graduate debt free, but you must commit to follow through. Don’t take the grant money unless you know that you can work as a teacher for at least four years.

State Loan Forgiveness Programs

Several states offer generous loan forgiveness opportunities. You can use these programs in conjunction with the federal programs above. Qualified applicants might achieve debt freedom in a few years with these programs. These are some of the highlights of state loan forgiveness programs.

If your state isn’t listed, check out the database at the American Federation of Teachers. They keep track of most major scholarship and loan forgiveness opportunities for teachers.

Illinois Teacher Loan Repayment Program

The Illinois Teacher Loan Repayment Program offers up to $5,000 to Illinois teachers who teach in low-income schools in Illinois. This award is meant to encourage the best teachers to serve students in high-need areas.

Who is eligible for the program?

The Illinois Teacher Loan Repayment Program is a unique loan forgiveness matching program. Teachers must meet every qualification to receive Federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness. In addition, teachers must have served all five years in a low-income Illinois school.

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

Teachers who meet all requirements can receive federal loan forgiveness up to $5,000. You must apply for Illinois loan repayment funds within six months of receiving federal loan forgiveness.

Where can teachers find more information?

Illinois teachers can find more information on the Illinois Student Assistance Commission website. Teachers can apply for the program here.

Montana Quality Educator Loan Assistance Program

The Montana Quality Educator Loan Assistance Program encourages Montana teachers to serve in high-needs communities or in subject areas with critical shortages. The program provides direct loan repayment for teachers who meet the requirements.

Who is eligible for the program?

Licensed Montana teachers who work in “impacted schools” in an academic area that has critical educator shortages. Impacted schools are more rural, have more economically disadvantaged students, or have trouble closing achievement gaps.

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

Montana will repay up to $3,000 a year for up to four years.

Where can teachers find more information?

Montana teachers can find more information on the Montana Guaranteed Student Loan Program website.

North Dakota Teacher Shortage Loan Forgiveness Program

The North Dakota Teacher Shortage Loan Forgiveness Program encourages North Dakota teachers to teach in grades or content levels that have teacher shortages.

Who is eligible?

The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction identifies grades and content areas with teacher shortages. Teachers who work full time as instructors in those grades and content areas in North Dakota can receive loan forgiveness.

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

Teachers can receive up to $1,000 per year that they teach in a shortage area. The maximum lifetime award is $3,000.

Where can teachers learn more?

This program is administered by the North Dakota University System. To get more information, teachers should visit the North Dakota University System website, call 701-328-2906, or email NDFinAid@ndus.edu.

Arkansas State Teachers Education Program

The Arkansas State Teachers Education Program (STEP) helps teachers with federal student loans pay back their loans. Teachers must work in geographical or subject areas with critical shortages.

Who is eligible?

Arkansas teachers with federal student loans can receive loan repayment assistance if they serve geographical areas with teacher shortages. They can also receive repayment assistance if they have licensure or endorsements in designated subject areas.

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

Eligible teachers can receive up to $3,000 per year that they teach in critical shortage areas. There is no lifetime maximum of loan forgiveness. Licensed minority teachers can receive an additional $1,000 for every year that they qualify for STEP.

Where can teachers find more information?

Arkansas teachers can find more information on the Arkansas Department of Higher Education website.

Teach for Texas Loan Repayment Assistance Program

The Teach for Texas Loan Repayment Assistance Program encourages Texas teachers to serve high-needs areas. Qualified teachers can receive up to $2,500 in loan repayment per year with no lifetime maximum.

Who is eligible?

Any Texas-based teacher with outstanding loans can apply for loan repayment assistance. However, funds are given out with priority to teachers who work in shortage subjects in schools with at least 75% economically disadvantaged students. Shortage subjects include ESL, math, special education, science, career education, and computer science.

If funds remain, they are given out in the following order:

  1. Teachers who work in areas with 75% or more economically disadvantaged students in nonshortage subjects.
  2. Teachers who work in shortage subjects in schools with 48.8%-75% economically disadvantaged students.
  3. Teachers who demonstrate financial need.

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

Eligible teachers can receive up to $2,500 in loan forgiveness each year with no lifetime maximum.

Where can teachers find more information?

Texas teachers can find more information on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board website.

West Virginia Underwood-Smith Teacher Scholarship Loan Assistance Program

West Virginia teachers who work in critical need positions may qualify for the Underwood-Smith Teacher Scholarship Loan Assistance Program. This scholarship helps qualified teachers pay back student loans.

Who is eligible?

Teachers and school professionals who work in a designated critical position can qualify for the Underwood-Smith scholarship. Critical positions include all teachers in underserved districts and certain teachers who teach subjects with designated shortages.

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

Qualified teachers can receive up to $3,000 per year in federal loan forgiveness and up to $15,000 over their lifetime.

Where can teachers learn more?

West Virginia teachers can learn more about the scholarship on the College Foundation of West Virginia website. The most recent list of critical needs can be found here.

Maryland Janet L. Hoffman Loan Assistance Repayment Program

Maryland offers loan repayment assistance to excellent teachers who teach STEM subjects or in low-income schools.

Who is eligible?

Only teachers who earned a degree from a college in Maryland or a resident teacher certificate from the Maryland State Department of Education qualify for this award. Additionally, qualified Maryland teachers must serve in low-income (Title I) schools or other schools designated for improvement. Alternatively, licensed teachers who work in designated subject areas such as STEM, foreign languages, or special education can qualify.

To qualify, you must earn less than $60,000 per year or $130,000 if married filing jointly.

How much of my loan can be repaid?

Qualified teachers can have up to $30,000 repaid over the course of three years. The repayment assistance you receive depends on your overall debt load.

Total Debt Overall Award Limit Yearly Payment
$75,001 – Over $30,000 $10,000
$40,001 – $75,000 $18,000 $6,000
$15,001 – $40,000 $9,000 $3,000
$15,000 – Below $4,500 $1,500

Where can teachers find more information?

The Janet L. Hoffman Loan Assistance Repayment Program offers some of the most generous loan repayment terms. However, the program has stringent eligibility requirements. To find out more about your eligibility, visit the Maryland Higher Education Commission website.

New York City Teach NYC

Teachers hired by the New York City Department of Education who work in specified shortage positions can receive up to $24,000 in loan forgiveness over the course of six consecutive years.

Who is eligible?

Teachers must work in a New York City school in one of the following designated shortage areas:

  • Bilingual special education
  • Bilingual school counselor
  • Bilingual school psychology
  • Bilingual school social worker
  • Blind and visually impaired (monolingual and bilingual)
  • Deaf and hard of hearing
  • Speech and language disabilities (monolingual and bilingual)

How much of my loan can be forgiven?

The NYC Department of Education will forgive one-sixth of your total debt load, each year for up to six consecutive years. The maximum award in one year is $4,000. The maximum lifetime award is $24,000.

Where can teachers learn more?

Teachers can learn more on the Teach NYC programs website.

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Credit One Bank Review: Average Credit Welcome But Complicated Terms

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Credit One Bank (not to be confused with Capital One Bank) specializes in credit card products that come with free credit score monitoring and cash back rewards perks. The Credit One Bank product line also includes credit-building cards that you can qualify for with less-than-perfect credit.

The potential drawbacks of choosing a Credit One Bank credit card are the fees and conditions that can apply to your account, depending on your creditworthiness.

Credit One Bank Credit Card Terms

Currently, Credit One Bank offers three main credit cards including the Cash Back Rewards Visa, the Platinum Visa for Rebuilding Credit, and the Official NASCAR Visa.

However, the account terms for each card above including the interest rate, annual fee, and rewards program varies, depending on your creditworthiness. This means Credit One Bank will take a look at your credit history and income before offering your credit card terms and conditions.

There are 26 available credit card agreements you may be offered by Credit One Bank after applying. You can find them here. Fortunately, you can prequalify to review which specific terms you will receive, and the good news is this prequalification won’t impact your credit score.

Interest Rates, Fees, and Fine Print

Credit One Bank does provide an easier to read terms-and-conditions disclosure document with a range of the possible fees, interest rates, and terms you may encounter as a cardholder. You can find the condensed terms and conditions here.

We’ve also put together a quick overview of the facts:

  • The minimum credit line is $300
  • Variable interest rates start at 15.90% to 24.40% APR when you open an account
  • Accounts may or may not have a payment grace period
  • The annual fee ranges from $0 to $75 the first year
  • The annual fee after the first year is $0 to $99
  • If you add on an authorized user, the fee is $19 annually
  • The late payment fee is up to $37
  • The returned payment fee is up to $35

As you can see from the terms above, the cost of borrowing from Credit One Bank can vary greatly, specifically when it comes to the annual fee. You can pay no annual fee at all or up to $75 the first year and $99 for each following year. That’s no small amount of money.

For the first year, the annual fee is charged to your account right away. This means when you first receive the card the annual feel will be subtracted from your available credit line. After the first year, the annual fee may be charged all at once or split into 12 monthly payments.

The payment grace period

Another area besides fees to draw attention to is the payment grace period. The account you qualify for may or may not have one.

A payment grace period is a certain amount of days that credit card issuers give you to pay the bill before applying interest. Credit cards that don’t have a grace period begin charging interest on the day the purchase hits your account. For example, if you were to buy a nice, new couch on a credit card today, interest would start applying to that purchase today.

Again, terms vary, depending on creditworthiness, so it’s possible you can get the best terms that Credit One Bank has to offer, including the lowest possible interest rate, no annual fee, and an account with a payment grace period. But you should be aware of the most expensive scenario.

Cash Back Rewards and Card Benefits

Credit One Bank offers five cash back rewards programs and a few additional card benefits.

There are three cash back programs that reward you for everyday spending like gas, groceries, and dining, and two other programs that reward you for auto and NASCAR.com related purchases.

Here are the the five rewards programs:

Cash Back Rewards Program

  • 1% cash back on eligible gas, groceries, mobile phone service, internet service, and cable and satellite TV service; OR
  • 1.1% cash back on eligible dining purchases and 1% cash back on all other eligible purchases; OR
  • 1% cash back on all eligible purchases.

NASCAR Cash Back Rewards Program

  • 1% cash back on eligible gas and automotive purchases, double cash back on NASCAR.com purchases; OR
  • 1% cash back on all eligible purchases, double cash back on NASCAR.com purchases.

If you qualify for a cash back program, the cash back that you earn each month will be credited to your account statements. The cash back credited to your account doesn’t count as a payment, so you’ll need to make your regular minimum payment to keep your card in good standing.

Additional card benefits

As mentioned, free credit score tracking and a credit report summary are included. Visa Zero Fraud Liability is another benefit and means you won’t be held responsible for unauthorized purchases on your Visa account if you report them in a timely manner.

How to Prequalify for Credit One Bank Credit Cards

On the Credit One Bank website, you can prequalify for a card without a hard inquiry. You just need to type in your address, Social Security number, birthdate, and income.

Make sure to read through the terms you receive after prequalification for the interest rate, the fees, and whether you get a payment grace period before thinking about moving forward with the full application.

The Cost of Using a Credit One Bank Card

So, what’s the cost? That’s always the most important question.

Taking a look at the cost of cash back rewards first, the interest rate range offered by Credit One Bank is slightly higher than other rewards cards with similar cash back offers.

Here are a few cash back alternatives with lower interest rates and no annual fee:

  • The Citi Double Cash offers 2% cash back and interest from 13.49% to 23.49% APR with no annual fee
  • The Chase Freedom Unlimited offers 1.5% cash back and 0% intro APR for 15 months from account opening on purchases and balance transfers. After that, 15.49%–24.24% variable APR. There is no annual fee.
  • The Quicksilver from Capital One offers 1.5% cash back and 0% intro APR for nine months; 13.49%-23.49% variable APR after that. There is no annual fee.

For the most part, the cheaper cash back rewards cards listed above are also ones that require decent credit, which may be a reason why you would try applying with Credit One Bank instead.

However, Credit One Bank cards can come with fees you need to be mindful of before thinking they’re an ideal alternative. You may qualify for Credit One Bank with less-than-perfect credit, but the catch is you may also get approved for less-than-desirable credit card terms like high interest and a high annual fee.

Example of what it costs to borrow

To analyze the cost of borrowing from Credit One Bank, let’s take the terms and conditions of the very first card that appears on the Credit One Bank account agreement list. (You can find it again here.)

This card has:

  • 24.15% variable APR
  • $75 annual fee the first year
  • $99 annual fee the following years
  • No payment grace period
  • 1% cash back on gas and grocery spending

If you charge $500 of furniture to this card as soon as you get it, it’ll cost you about $62 in interest to pay the balance off in 12 months with regular payments of $51 per month.

The exact interest cost will vary, depending on interest rate fluctuations and when you make the purchase during the month. (Remember, there’s no grace period.)

Payment Interest Principal
$51 $10 $459
$51 $9.23 $417.23
$51 $8.39 $374.62
$51 $7.53 $331.15
$51 $6.66 $286.81
$51 $5.77 $241.48
$51 $4.86 $195.34
$51 $3.93 $148.27
$51 $2.98 $100.25
$51 $2.02 $51.26
$51 $1.03 $1.29

In total, you would pay about $137 (interest plus the $75 annual fee) to borrow $500 during your first year as a cardholder. The next year, you also have another $99 in annual fees ($8.25 per month) to look forward to paying before even swiping your card on new purchases.

From this example, you can see fees play a big role in costs and are a factor you want to measure if you prequalify for a Credit One Bank credit card.

Another caveat to this is if you planned to use this card for cash back specifically, you would need to pay off your balance the same day you make a purchase. Otherwise, interest charges from having no grace period can eat away at the cash back earned.

Other Ways to Borrow Money and to Build Credit

The big advantage of Credit One Bank is that you can prequalify without a hard inquiry so it doesn’t hurt to find out what terms you will receive. There are a few other credit card issuers that offer the same convenience. If you’re not sure whether you can qualify for cards with lower fees, you can search for providers that offer prequalification here.

To build or rebuild credit, you can also turn to store cards or secured cards. Learn more about how to build credit with a secured card here. It’s worth mentioning that not all store cards and secured cards are cheap either. You need to review the fees and interest rates to find the most affordable option just like you would with the Credit One Bank accounts.

Finally, if your focus is solely getting your hands on cash, a personal loan may offer you a better deal when you need to borrow money than a credit card. You can also prequalify for personal loans without impacting your credit score. You can shop for personal loans here.

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