Graduates are better off raising their pensions and never repaying student loans

Graduates are better off raising their pensions and never repaying student loans

HHeavily-harmed students who graduate this summer may feel pressure to sacrifice more of their wages than is necessary to make it back to the black, but experts warn that this money would do more when it gets into one Pension would be put.

High tuition and high-maintenance loans are filling the UK's highest student debt graduates in the developed world, according to the independent Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).

Since a policy change in 2015 has replaced maintenance grants for loans, students have faced average debt of £ 50,000 from a three-year degree, up to £ 57,000 for the poorest students.

The interest starts from the beginning. The current rate is RPI inflation plus 3 percent …

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