Health insurance companies like Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, and Humana are among the companies that have benefited from the US Department of Education’s student loan interest rate swap program.
But the Department of Health and Human Services is also encouraging other large healthcare providers, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and pharmacists, to take advantage of the program.
The federal government has also provided funds for the program to other health care providers.
But it’s not a free-for-all.
There are some caveats, too.
If you’re a student who’s a resident of the United States and you’re looking to transfer, the government will need to approve your application.
And, if you have a student loan, you’ll have to pay interest on it, too, even if you’re paying off your debt over time.
Here are some of the things to know before applying for the student loan swap program: Who qualifies?
To qualify for the loan swap, you must: be a US resident who graduated from a high school or college in the United Kingdom in the last three years, and be a resident who holds a U.S. passport, permanent resident card, or a green card in another country