Here’s how the student loan payments suspended for COVID-19 can still add to lending in 2020

The Coronavirus Aid, Aid and Economic Security Act (CARES) contains provisions intended to provide relief to borrowers of federal federal loans. This landmark bill provides six-month student debt relief by suspending payments and granting 0% interest on government-held student loans through September 30, 2020.

While most borrowers will benefit from these relief efforts, millions of borrowers have been left in the dark, including those with loans granted by a commercial lender under …

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