Payments are currently suspended, without interest, for federal student loan borrowers until Dec. 31. Originally, a six-month suspension was announced in mid-March as part of a measure included in the coronavirus relief package. It was extended until the end of the year by an executive order. This policy applies only to federal loans, not to … Continued

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Federal student loan borrowers haven’t had to make payments since March. But without continued government intervention, those unable to pay can expect long waits for help come October when bills are scheduled to restart. Automatic, interest-free forbearance provided by the first coronavirus relief package was not extended by the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection and … Continued

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As colleges figure out how to structure classes this fall, many students are questioning whether to enroll at all. The idea of taking a gap year might sound enticing, but returning students should think twice. Many colleges have official gap year or deferred enrollment policies for incoming freshmen. But returning students who choose to take … Continued

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