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What does the future of student loan refinancing look like after the pandemic?
Jun 30, 2020 · 43 min
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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

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