Everyone's situation is different. That PSLF program is a saving grace for that woman, and someone should run the numbers and let her know how much better it is.
Were there no PSLF program, paying it down as quickly as possible would be recommended. It’s good to understand all your options though. Loan forgiveness, school…
If PSLF would allow her to not pay any interest on the load and the write-off would allow her to write-off interest, don’t those two things cancel each other out? She isn’t paying any interest so she has nothing to write-off, correct?
You’re right Steve. It’s easy to praise great ideas but much harder to practice them.
It’s nearly impossible for a person to take someone else’s ideas, and make it part of who they are.
I’m wondering will there be a tipping point where the media’s reality distortion can’t go any further and they treat Bernie fairly?
If Bernie wins Iowa and New Hampshire — I think political pundit’s world will turn upside down, and they’ll be forced to change their mind.
I like that approach Rick! You’re helping me realize the general Prioritization Matrix seems to scale really well in a company. Small or large teams can find it useful when used correctly. It’s always a little clunky to use but generally it’s effective at getting everyone, as you say, “working from the same assumptions/understandings”.