If you have federal student loans, you could have multiple paths to forgiveness through an IDR plan. Compare different IDR plans – including the new Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) plan – here.
Watch to learn about changes to interest accrual under the new Saving on A Valuable Education (SAVE) plan.
Let's explore the recent changes to IDR, including the introduction of the Saving on A Valuable Education (SAVE) plan.
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Read on to learn about how income limits pertain to IDR plans, including enrollment thresholds, requirements, the advantages of IDR for low-income ind...
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In this episode, GradFin Senior Manager Joseph Price-Gault (aka JPG) joins us to unpack a summer of back-to-back student loan news, including a big SC...
SAVE, which replaces Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE), has several important distinctions from its predecessor plan, and is likely the best option for...
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Federal student loan borrowers have a number of repayment options to choose from. This guide will walk you through the different options for standard...
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Pay As You Earn – known by its acronym PAYE – is one of multiple IDR plans available to federal borrowers. Read on to learn more.
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Income-Contingent Repayment, or ICR, is one of the plan options under the federal government’s Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) program that’s design...
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IDR plans set up repayment structures based on a borrower’s adjusted gross income and family size, and also provide a path to eventual forgiveness...
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