Income Driven Repayment Plans

What is an Income Driven Repayment Plan?

Income-driven repayment (IDR) plans cap monthly payments in proportion to your income, (10%, 15%, or 20%).

These plans particularly assist those with a high student loan balance compared to their income.

Those pursuing forgiveness will particularly benefit from income-driven repayment because the idea is to pay the least amount monthly to max out forgiveness potential in 10 years.

Chipper will walk you through the different IDR plans considering your income, marital status, and family size, comparing side-by-side the PROs and CONs of each plan.

Are you...

  • Struggling to make your monhtly payment?
  • Currently eligible for a student loan forgiveness program?
  • On deferment or forebearance due to not being able to make payments?
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