Two years after the chaos of the pandemic prompted Congress to pause federal student loan payments, new data show many borrowers have used that extra room in the budget to shore up their overall finances. Some have inched closer to eligibility for student loan forgiveness. Economists and lending experts say it’s unclear how long that … Continued

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The Biden administration just hit the snooze button again on the restart of student loan payments. Now, millions of federal student loan borrowers have 90 extra days to figure out how to pay a bill they’ve gone nearly two years without. “We are really relieved that the president changed course and that student loan borrowers … Continued

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In more than one-third of U.S. families, parents decide how to pay for college, according to a July 2020 report from private lender Sallie Mae. Half of those parents don’t inform the child of their decision. Joe Allen, 51, of Frederick, Maryland, did talk about college costs with his daughter, a freshman at the University … Continued

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