A survey of the Class of 2019 showed that 69% had some form of a student loan.
While most student loans require you to start making payments within 6 months of graduation, there are certain instances where you can defer these payments.
Click on the image below to watch a brief video that explains the difference between loan deferment and loan forbearance. Even if you don’t have a student loan, it is important to understand the difference as it applies to most loans in general.
A short Pop Quiz follows below the video.
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