- sofern bestimmte Bedingungen erfüllt sind.
Das macht die Student-Loan-Sause - es geht um Kredite in einer Gesamthöhe von über eine Billion (engl. trillion) Dollar -, rückwirkend zu einem "Helikopter-Geldauschüttungs-Programm". Genau wie Bernanke es immer ertäumt hatte.
Viele Pseudo-Studenten nutzten die Studenten-Kredite lediglich, um rückständige Handy-Rechnungen zu bezahlen oder den Kühlschrank aufzufüllen.
Recent college graduates living in this state could have their loans forgiven
Employers and policy makers are increasingly betting that the way to the hearts of young people is through student loan forgiveness.
New York state is the latest entity to launch a program to help young people better manage their student loans. The state’s initiative is unique in that it’s tied solely to income, a rarity among debt relief programs, which typically require borrowers to choose a specific career or make a certain purchasing decision, such as buying a home, to qualify. The state began taking applications last week for its Get on Your Feet loan forgiveness program, which will make up to two years-worth of federal student loan payments for residents who graduated from a college or university in New York state after December 2014, make less than $50,000 a year, graduated from a New York state high school and are enrolled in one of the federal government’s income-based repayment programs, among other requirements.
Officials wrote in January of last year that they expect 7,100 college graduates will take advantage of the program in its first year....
Most states in the country offer some sort of student loan forgiveness program, according to personal finance site CollegeInvestor.com, but they’re often tied to occupation to encourage residents to pursue certain jobs in the state that may be low-paying or that the state may have a shortage of.
“We’ve already had a lot of states use student debt relief as a carrot to entering certain professions,” said Mark Huelsman, a senior policy analyst at Demos, a left-leaning think tank. “Now that most professions have student debtors in them you’re going to see broad-based relief plans,” like New York’s, he said. ...