Source: LA Times

Student loan interest rates will increase this upcoming year, according to a new report, and are expected to keep climbing over the next few years.

The rise was unexpected, but experts say that this is likely to remain the trend for a while. Interest rates are going up by 13 percent, and the rate for unsubsidized graduate student loans is 6.60% compared to 6.0% last year, as reported by the LA Times.

Though the rise in interest rates won’t affect those who borrowed loans before June 30, 2018, it will affect new borrowers.

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Student Loan Interest Going Up Over Next Few Years

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