On July 1, student loan rates doubled — and the issue has been a thorn in Congress' side since. On Wednesday, the House is expected to vote on a bipartisan agreement. Unlike past deals, this one would tie the student loan rate to the financial markets. That could mean higher rates down the line as the economy improves. But for now, it would mean lower rates again.
House Expected To Vote On Student Loan Deal
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