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Student loan repayments resume after 3-year hiatus

A tassel with 2023 on it rests on a graduation cap as students walk in a procession for Howard University's commencement. (Alex Brandon/AP)
A tassel with 2023 on it rests on a graduation cap as students walk in a procession for Howard University's commencement. (Alex Brandon/AP)

Millions of Americans with student loan debt have to resume making payments this month, as a three-year-long financial reprieve due to the pandemic ends.

Here & Now host Robin Young talks with Jill Schlesinger, host of “Jill on Money” and a CBS News business analyst, about what people with student loan debt need to know as they begin to pay it off.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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