Federal Student Loan Repayment Basics

The Pew Charitable Trusts introduces a series of primers for returning student loan borrowers

After a more than three-year pause on repayment, the federal student loan system is back online. Today more than ever, it is crucial for borrowers to be well-informed about the changes ahead. The following articles highlight information borrowers need to know and offer guidance on navigating the resumption of payments and transitioning from default back into repayment—all of which will promote future student borrower success.


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