Create FSAID (Federal Student Aid Identification) : This is where you create a username and password, so that you can access your loan information on the government database. Also you can retrieve your FSAID, if you already made one, but forgot it.
National Student Loan Database System :: This is the best resource to get information on your government student loans. Here, you can find your loan balances, loan types, program types, interest rates, loan providers, forbearance time used, and payment due dates.
Fed Loan - your loan forgiveness service provider :: Fed Loan is the Department of Education's official administrator for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
How to unlock your FSAID :: Your FSAID locks itself as a security measure, if you attempt to log on unsucessfully three or four times at one sitting, it will lock. The system provides 3 ways to unlock your FSAID using email, cell phone, or answers to the challenge questions.
Regenerate your expired FSAID :: If you don't use your FSAID for awhile, it expires. To regenerate your FSAID, you will be prompted to change your password. Make sure you keep the new FSAID in your file, and send us a quick email to let us know that it has changed
Non Profit Lookup :: See if your company is a 501c3 non-profit organization
Loan Repayment Calculator :: Use this handy calculator to see how long you will have your student loan debt. Use 6.8% if you are not sure of your interest rate.
Get your free credit reports :: Get free credit reports from all three credit bureaus. Authorized by federal law. No credit card needed, and nothing to buy. This link is provided as a courtesy to all Student Loan Advocates clients. Reports can be provided once a year, and accessing your reports will not affect your credit score.
Get your 2019 1040 tax document :: Pull up and retrieve your previous year 1040 tax return for free.