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What happens to your student loan once you retire?

Jessie Thompson

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Curtis Rhodes on January 9, 2018

You do not have any type of student loans to the left once you are retired. This is because your student loans need to be paid when you are 50 years (or before if possible). If you are granted a student loan said, and will help you set up a payment plan.

PS: This is the way it works in Sweden, where I live. Since I don't know where you live I can't help, but I guess that like in many other countries.

In the united states, a Federal student loan must be paid, if you are retired or not. There is No statute of limitations on Federal student loans, unless you are signed up to the IBR repayment program. If IBR, below, a limitation of 25 years is in place.

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