Life after graduation is always an unknown. But the coronavirus pandemic has added even more uncertainty for the nearly 4 million students expected to receive college degrees in 2019-20, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. “I feel like when you graduate, you go out into the real world,” says Stephanie Fallon, 23, who … Continued

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It’s our new normal: Tens of millions of Americans are unemployed or on a reduced income. We’re social distancing and spending more time at home. But one thing hasn’t changed — debts still have due dates. If you’re among those who are out of work or earning less because of the pandemic, paying off those … Continued

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, suspends federal student loan payments, sets interest rates to 0% and stops all collection activities on defaulted loans until Sept. 30. But the $2 trillion stimulus doesn’t forgive student loans. That means you can’t totally forget about your debt — despite the six months … Continued

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