Student Loan Repayment Flexibility

March 11, 2016 admin No comments exist

by Cindy Hon, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT

Over the last few weeks, I am hearing more and more horrifying student loan numbers from my colleagues who recently graduated from PT school.  Most recently at APTA CSM, I heard stories of PT student loan debt of 180K and above.  If I were a new grad these days I would be terrified of how I would pay off those debts.  Many of them are approaching me in the clinic and on social media about what the difference is between the governments income-based repayment plans and FitBUX’s Income Share Agreement program.

Because my explanation is very basic at best, I asked FitBUX to delve deeper into the difference.  You can view the article by clicking below.  I’m sure we all know someone drowning in debt that may find the article useful.  Please share it with them.  You can also read about public service loan forgiveness here.

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