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The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is a federal repayment program that pays off your debt after 10 years of IBR payments. There is a new act called: Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012 and this will reduce the 10 years to 5 years. I'm currently starting my 3rd year as a navy dentist and I still have 175K of debt but I've been paying on it with the IBR and my payments have only been around 400 a month. I lower my AGI via TSP and since I have a wife and 2 kids that helps lower my payment too. I did the HSCP program because I am a prior dental tech and had time in already so I came in as an 03E with 9 years after the 4 years of dental school added 4 years of time to my active duty. To sign this petition and help lower it to 5 years go to:

http://signon.org/sign/support-the-student-loan.fb1?source=s.fb&r_by=3580410
 
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The last I checked it had 970K e-signatures and it needs a million. This is only to send it to congress and even at that point I'm skeptical bc the word 'congress' is synonymous with bermuda triangle. If you like this than hopefully you signed the petition
 
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