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    • ade6789
    • By ade6789 13th Oct 18, 9:03 AM
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    Student loan - pre 1998
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    Student loan - pre 1998 13th Oct 18 at 9:03 AM
    Hi,
    I have a student loan from 1997 which I haven't paid anything off of. Next year I turn 50 (in May), unfortunately for the first time ever I may be over the threshold for deferment.
    If I have to make a payment, will my loan still get wiped off after the one payment?
    thanks in advance for any helpful advice!
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    It should do, yes.
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