Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness
Greenbush 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 eligible to any full-time staff member. The loan forgiveness amount is individually determined and tax-free.
Take 2 Minutes To Find Out if You’re Eligible
Step 1: Visit the Greenbush Southeast Kansas Education Service Center website
Step 2: Enter Registration Code GBE1
Step 3: Answer a few simple questions to find out if you are eligible, then schedule your no-obligation, virtual / phone consultation with a student loan forgiveness expert from Innovative Student Loan Solutions to get started.
- Immediately lower your monthly student loan payment
- Reduce your student loan debt
- Significantly reduce the cost of earning advanced degree including Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD
- Receive a personal 10-year loan forgiveness plan outlining your savings in the program
- Being a full-time employee of school districts and non-profits
- Having federal loans such as Subsidized Stafford, Unsubsidized Stafford, Parent PLUS and Graduate PLUS loans
- Taking out student loans on behalf of an undergraduate student
- Pursuing an additional degree
Innovative Student Loan Solutions
The AESA Student Loan Forgiveness Program is powered by the student loan forgiveness expertise of Fiducius, a BBB A+ Rated Cincinnati, Ohio-based organization that has helped thousands of individuals across the U.S. maximize the under-utilized Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
Fiducius knows there are other companies advertising in the student loan space and making claims that sound familiar, but most of them are only selling loan refinancing or consolidations. Remember, Fiducius does not charge any fees up front, fully educates you about all available options, and provides a ten-year individualized plan before you decide to hire them. Please do not move forward and refinance or consolidate your loan until you have spoken with them first. Consolidating / Refinancing loans could make you ineligible for student loan forgiveness.
There are some fees associated with this service, but most employees have found the fees to be reasonable based on the service provided.