What is the end date of the moratorium on student loan repayments?

Currently, there is no indication from the White House as to when student loan payments 

Will need to be made again in the United States. In March 2020, the first pause was imposed due to 

The Coronavirus pandemic, and since that time, the Trump and Biden administrations have rescheduled them six times.

The classes should resume in September. The government may extend the moratorium beyond September, according to some experts.

Will student loans resume in September?

The Department of Education will continue to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and

The economy on student loan borrowers, a spokesperson told CNN.

When a decision is made about the end of the payment pause, the DoE will inform borrowers directly.

Bloomberg reported that President Biden is considering delaying student loan repayments until 

the summer of 2023 or even until the end of 2022. The moratorium halts payments and 

interest for 35 million Americans and suspends collection efforts against 7 million borrowers 

who are currently in default. An analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of

New York found that nearly 200 billion dollars in loans have been deferred.

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