The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates. Borrowing costs will steadily rise for consumers and businesses. But how will your student loan repayments be impacted during this change? The answer depends on what type of student loans you have.
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The student lending market has grown to more than $1 trillion in outstanding debt. By using data and expert interviews, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau gives context to consumers considering taking on student loans.
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