The sun is setting on the student loan payment pause. On September 1, 2023, interest will once again start accruing on your student loans. Payments will restart sometime in October.
It’s been a hot minute since many people’s budgets have included student loan payments, and for some, their budgets have never seen a student loan payment. No matter your situation, preparations need to be made to make sure you can make payments without a negative impact on your finances and quality of life.
In this episode, I’m going over the steps you should take to prepare.
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