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Federal officials are considering extending the moratorium on student loan repayments 

Students in Pennsylvania appear to be thankful for the fact that they have been suspended, which is an interesting take on the concept. In this situation, the delay on federal student loan repayments is the result of the Biden administration’s temporary relief measure, which many expect to continue.

 

 

 

Taylor Allen and Mike D’Onofrio conducted research into the ramifications of this decision for Axios.

The total amount of student debt owed in the United States has now reached $1.7 trillion, with borrowers from Pennsylvania accounting for a significant portion of that debt repayment obligation.

The Keystone State ranks sixth in the nation in terms of the proportion of residents who have student loans, with more than 60% of graduates in 2019–2020 obligated to make continuous education payments. The average amount owed was approximately $39,300.

The financial ramifications are significant. It forces young professionals to put off-key life decisions, like purchasing a home or establishing a family, until later in their careers.

The original emergency moratorium on federal student loan payments, which was implemented in 2020 and was intended to last for six months, was extended to three years.

As the COVID-19 epidemic continued on, it was, however, extended on a number of occasions. The most recent respite, which was announced in December, will run until May 1.

Over the past decade, Pennsylvania has reduced its higher education funding per student by a third, despite the fact that enrollment continues to fall.

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