If you have kids, does your student loan payment go down if you’re on the Pay As You Earn plan?
My car was sitting for 2 days.
First thing Saturday afternoon, it would not start. I had to get a jump and it took a pretty big jump for it to start. It started again a few hours later.
It sat overnight and Sunday afternoon, it would not start. I had to get a jump.
I dropped it off at the
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- diLv 41 month agoFavorite Answer
Income based repayment plans vary - pull your repayment agreement out and read the terms to see whether your repayments are based on Adjusted Gross Income or Taxable Income. If Adjusted Gross, then no. If Taxable, then yes, because your number of exemptions reflects your household size.
- CarsonLv 61 month ago
I know nothing about student loans.
I do know about cars and batteries.
Are the terminals in battery clean?
Is there water in each cell about an inch from the top?
Then you need a new battery.
Wait, it can get worse.
Alternator or starter could be bad.
I truly hope your degree isn't in communications.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Probably unless you make significantly more money after having kids.
Your car has nothing to do with anything.
- LiliLv 71 month ago
Dear, you seem to be unclear on the concept here. Either you're asking a question about student loan repayments, or you're asking one about your car.
And you need to finish writing your questions, so people will know exactly what you're asking.