Currently in the US, students are eager to find alternative ways to pay their higher education fees in a sustainable manner. The panorama has been heightened since the Supreme Court ruling that ended the student loan freeze. Therefore, the fact that America has millions of graduates has a direct impact on many workers who have to pay off student loans.
In this sense, there are savings plans that work as an alternative to paying for education. For example, a prestigious Education Savings (SAVE) plan calculates monthly payments based on income and family size.
This plan replaces the Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE) plan and is different from other income-based repayment plans.
What makes it different is that it has the lowest monthly payments of all the income-based ones. Although it takes longer to pay.
In summary, the SAVE program still offers some advantages compared to REPAYE, which will take effect in 2024.
What new benefits will the SAVE program offer?
Through this scheme, the income deduction will be increased from 150% to 225% of the poverty line. Therefore, 100% of remaining interest on subsidized and unsubsidized loans should be waived after scheduled payments.
You must also exclude spousal income for borrowers who are married and file separate returns.
Additionally, you will be able to apply for the Student Loan Forgiveness Program in the SAVE Program application process starting this summer.
In addition, there are people who are already enrolled in the REPAYE program or who have recently enrolled in it. In these cases, those individuals will automatically be transferred to the Save plan once the change is made.
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