shortie_biscuit wrote: »
I took out my first SL 1997 for my BA (Hons) that I graduated from in 2000.
I had an SL for an MA that I graduated from in 2001.
In 2004 I took a SL for a PGCE which I completed in 2005.
I was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease during the first year of my degree. Since graduation I've had various jobs where I earned under the repayment threshold and unfortunately I also had to leave numerous jobs due to my health. I have only made one or two repayments in my life because the rest of the time I've had to defer due to earning too little of being to ill to work.
I'm now 41 and self employed, I haven't and wont ever work enough hours to earn over the repayment threshold. So what I want to know is when will my SL's be written off? I've considered going applying to have them written off due to my health but the requirements are that you claim state benefits/get PIP which I don't.
Any thoughts?? Thanks
Promettwo wrote: »
I would be grateful if someone could give me a little advise on this. Thanks
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