The student loan interest freeze is set to expire on September 30. Even if Congress passes a bill to extend the relief, you’ll have to start repaying your loans eventually. But there’s an election coming that could change the future of student loan refinancing.
Join me as I talk about what refinancing might look like after the pandemic and how the election could impact your decision to refinance your federal loans.
In today’s episode, you'll find out:
Why common student loan repayment strategy is bad advice 3 criteria you must meet before refinancing your student loans My thoughts on whether Congress will extend the student loan payment freeze Why you should wait to refinance federal loans How to get the best interest rate now if you want to refinance later The impact of Biden’s plan vs. Trump’s plan on student loan refinancing Why your student loan debt is not a death sentence Plus, answers to listener’s questions about student loan repayment
Full show notes at: http://studentloanplanner.com/83
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