That it statement allows qualified government consumers to re-finance the federal funds when interest levels is shorter

That it statement allows qualified government consumers to re-finance the federal funds when interest levels is shorter

Sponsor: Rep. Van Duyne [R-TX]
Cosponsors: 0
Introduced:
NASFAA Realization & Analysis: This bill would now include PLUS loans made to graduate students and parents in the calculation for an institution’s Cohort Default Rate (CDR) so that any default in these loans is now included in the calculation.

H.R.5084 – Education loan Refinancing Act

Sponsor: Rep. Turner [R-OH]
Cosponsors: 1 (1D; 0R)
Introduced:
NASFAA Realization & Analysis: After completing an application for refinancing for an eligible federal student loan, the borrower would be able to refinance their loan’s interest rate to the interest rate for current new borrowers at the same time of the application. The bill would also ensure that refinancing loans does not affect a borrower’s monthly payment count on IDR repayment plans and PSLF plans.

S.2596 – Financing Work out of 2021

Sponsor: Sen. Rubio [R-FL]
Cosponsors: 0
Introduced:
NASFAA Summation & Analysis: This bill would eliminate interest and replace it with a one-time, non-compounding origination fee that borrowers will pay over the life of the loan. Continue reading “That it statement allows qualified government consumers to re-finance the federal funds when interest levels is shorter”