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  • Federal Student Loan Payments to Restart After Jan. 31, 2022
    The Department of Education (ED) announced on Aug. 6, 2021, that the relief flexibilities period for ED-owned federal student loans has been extended for the final time. The current relief measures for eligible loans include:
    • A suspension of loan payments
    • A 0% interest rate
    • Stopped collections on defaulted loans
    The current relief flexibilities were scheduled to end Sept. 30, 2021, but have now been extended to Jan. 31, 2022. You can find more information on the Federal Student Aid Coronavirus webpage.

    Remember, there are no fees for these relief flexibilities. If someone asks for money to assist you in getting these benefits, it’s a scam. Also, ED has several loan forgiveness programs, but there is not a coronavirus-related loan forgiveness program. Contact your loan servicer for help with questions or concerns about these relief flexibilities, your loan payments, or applying for eligible loan forgiveness options.

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DFI Office Re-Opening October 18

DFI offices will open to the public Monday, Oct. 18, 2021.

In accordance with state and local requirements, masks are required for anyone visiting the agency.

Appointments are recommended if you wish to speak with a specific DFI employee.


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