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$51 Billion Forgiven: Biden Student Loan Forgiveness Update Before June 30 Deadline

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Update on the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness with a deadline of June 30.

The Biden Administration’s plan for student loan forgiveness and options for consolidating loans

The Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness initiative has a June 30 deadline. Borrowers with ineligible federal loans can consolidate them into a Direct Loan by then to qualify for potential debt cancellation after 10, 20, or 25 years under income-driven repayment plans, according to Market Realist.

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$51 billion forgiven and opportunities for consolidation available before the June 30th deadline.

The Biden administration forgave $51 billion in student loans for over a million borrowers, aiming to resolve past issues. Older borrowers benefit from consolidation, simplifying finances and qualifying for forgiveness after 15 years. Interest rates are rounded to the nearest 1/8th of 1%. FFELP loan holders should weigh benefits carefully. Act by June 30 to streamline repayment and possibly qualify for enhanced forgiveness, demonstrating the administration’s commitment to easing student loan burdens.

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