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Overview: H.R.1330 вЂ” 113th Congress (2013-2014) All Information (Except Text)
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Shown Here: Introduced in Home (03/21/2013)
Education loan Fairness Act – Amends name IV (Student Assistance) of this degree Act of 1965 (HEA) to ascertain a 10/10 Loan Repayment Arrange which allows borrowers of Federal Family Education Loans (FFELs) and Direct Loans (DLs) to restrict their payment per month on such loans to one-twelfth of 10% associated with the amount through which their modified gross earnings and that of the partner (if relevant) surpasses 150% of this poverty level that is federal.
Establishes a 10/10 Loan Forgiveness Program providing you with FFEL and DL forgiveness to borrowers whom, following the date this is certainly decade ahead of the date for this Act’s enactment, are making 120 monthly obligations under the 10/10 Loan Repayment Plan or under another payment plan that needed them in order to make re re payments at the very least as big as those they might are making underneath the 10/10 Loan Repayment Plan.
Credits the months during which a person is with in deferment as a result of a financial difficulty as months which is why re re re payment had been created for purposes for the 10/10 Loan Forgiveness Program.
Caps the total amount of loan forgiveness that the system will give you to people who become brand new borrowers following the date with this Act’s enactment.
Caps the rate of interest on brand brand new DLs at 3.4%.
Amends people solution employee loan forgiveness system to forgive the DLs of participants that have made 60 (presently, 120) monthly obligations on such loans pursuant to specified repayment plans.
Includes main care doctors in clinically underserved areas into the public service employee loan forgiveness system.
Allows borrowers that are certain combine their personal training loans as Direct Consolidation Loans, supplied the personal loans had been made on or prior to the date with this Act’s enactment.
Limitations such borrowers to those that: (1) had been pupils qualified to receive unsubsidized Stafford loans or PLUS loans underneath the FFEL or DL programs for his or her enrollment at an organization of advanced schooling, or could have been had they been enrolled on at the least a half-time foundation; (2) lent a minumum of one personal training loan for such enrollment; and (3) have actually the average modified gross earnings that doesn’t go beyond their total training financial obligation.
Caps the rate of interest on those Direct Consolidation Loans at 3.4per cent.
Needs borrowers to use for such loans within one of this Act’s enactment year.
Amends the reality in Lending Act to direct the Bureau of customer Financial Protection (CFPB) to issue regulations that want personal training loan providers to market education that is private to your Secretary of Education for consolidation as Direct Consolidation Loans.
Sets forth the information to be utilized in determining the purchase price taken care of such loans.
Amends name IV of this HEA to direct the Secretary of Education to cover the attention that accrues on unsubsidized FFELs and DLs which can be deferred because of a learning pupil debtor’s absence of full-time work.
Needs the Secretary to cover the attention that accrues on Federal Consolidation Loans which can be in deferment because of a debtor’s shortage of full-time work, offered the program for such that loan is gotten on or following the date for this Act’s enactment.
Directs the Secretary to pay for the attention that accrues on FFELs and DLs which are at the mercy of income-based payment provisions and therefore are in deferment because of a borrower’s absence of full-time work.
Limitations these interest-free deferment durations to those occurring on or following the date for this Act’s enactment and addressing a maximum of 36 months of full-time jobless.
Excludes from the debtor’s taxable earnings the key and interest on FFELs and DLs that is forgiven pursuant to income-based payment plans.