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Which repayment plan will you be placed on automatically unless you change it by contacting your servicer? (Forecast)

For federal student loans, the standard repayment plan is the default plan that borrowers are placed on automatically unless they choose a different plan by contacting their loan servicer.

The standard repayment plan is a fixed 10-year plan that requires borrowers to make equal monthly payments over the course of 10 years. The monthly payment amount is based on the amount borrowed, the interest rate, and the length of the repayment term. Borrowers are required to pay off their loans in full within the 10-year period.

While the standard repayment plan may be a good fit for some borrowers, others may find it difficult to make the required monthly payments. In these cases, borrowers may be able to choose a different repayment plan that offers lower monthly payments, but extends the repayment term and results in more interest paid over time.

If you have federal student loans and want to explore your repayment options, you can contact your loan servicer or log into your account on the Federal Student Aid website to review your repayment plan options and eligibility requirements.


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