saltmoney.org

Already Have An Account?

Please provide a valid email that is no more than 64 characters long.
Forgot your password?
Don't have an account? SIGN UP HERE!

One More Thing ...

Please confirm the following before we create your account.

First NameLast NameYear Of Birth

Is this information correct?

  

We're Sorry ...
Unfortunately, you are ineligible to join SALT™ at this time.
This window will close automatically.

Forgot Your Password?

Just give us your email address.

Please provide a valid email that is no more than 64 characters long.

Still need help? Contact Us

Thank you.

Please check your email for password reset instructions.


All Done

30 Seconds. One Smart Step.

Create Your Free Account

Please enter your name.
Please enter your name.
Please provide a valid email that is no more than 64 characters long.
Your password should be between 8 and 32 characters long.

Please select your year of birth.
Please select your graduation year.
This field is required.
Need some help? Contact UsAlready registered? Log in here.

Creating your account...

  • Save
 (5)

    Mandatory Forbearance Application

    Updated: January 31, 2013

    What it is: Mandatory Forbearance, sometimes called "Excessive Debt Forbearance," allows you to postpone your student loans in certain cases of economic hardship. If you qualify for this forbearance, you cannot be denied, and the Department of Education has released a single application form which is valid for all federal student loan servicers.

    Qualifying loans: You qualify for this forbearance if the payments on your federal student loans are greater than 20% of your monthly income. 

    Note: "Mandatory" here means that the servicers are required to allow it, not that you are required to use it. This makes it different from other kinds of forbearance, which are generally granted at the lender or servicer’s discretion.

    Forbearance time is limited, so do not use it unless you really need to.

    What you'll need: Documentation of your federal student loan debt and your income.

    Send the form to: Your servicer (the company that sends you the bills). If you don’t know who that is, you can go to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS®) to find out.

    Download Now

    Actualizado: 31 enero 2013
    Was This Useful?

      Enrollment Status And School ID

      Please enter a valid reporting id.
      x