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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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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