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    Currently im paying back 10% of earnings over £15,000 per month but will the threshold be raised to £21,000 for students who graduated before the increased tuition fee's begin?
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    (Original post by 'James Hunt')
    Currently im paying back 10% of earnings over £15,000 per month but will the threshold be raised to £21,000 for students who graduated before the increased tuition fee's begin?
    I think you'll find it is 9%, not 10%, and things won't change as you are on the old scheme.
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    Thanks buddy.

    Yep i know it's 9% but just makes it alot easier to round it up to 10%.

    Gutted about the threshold though

    What percentage will new graduates be paying back then?
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    Just be happy you aren't paying interest on it.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12767850
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    (Original post by MillerTraub)
    Just be happy you aren't paying interest on it.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12767850
    You are paying interest on it.
    The lower of RPI or bank base rate plus 1%.
 
 
 
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