This Week in Student Loans: July 24, 2020July 24, 2020
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This week in student loans:
Next Stimulus, What It Could Mean For Student Loans
With a second stimulus package as a near certainty, a number of plans to help student loan borrowers have been introduced as possible components of a second stimulus package.
Some Employers Are Starting to Pay Off Student Loans – Here’s How it Works
As student loans have become a larger part of the public consciousness, employers have begun to offer programs to help their employees pay off their student loans more quickly and effectively.
With Student Loan Refi Rates Dropping, is This a Good Time to Refinance?
Due to the Coronavirus, student loan refinancing rates have dropped substantially, potentially allowing those who qualify to save extensively on their student loan payments.
House Extends CARES Act Protections to Private Student Loans
In an effort to help student loan borrowers deal with the effects of the coronavirus, the House of Representatives have vocally agreed to a provision that would offer CARES act protections to borrowers of private student loans.
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