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Is my husband’s salary taken into account when being asked to repay a masters loan, or is it entirely my debt? Also, I have heard that any pension I receive in the future may be charged - how much pension can I receive before repayment amounts would be deducted? Thanks
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Is my husband’s salary taken into account when being asked to repay a masters loan, or is it entirely my debt? Also, I have heard that any pension I receive in the future may be charged - how much pension can I receive before repayment amounts would be deducted? Thanks
No it’s based just on your income
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Is my husband’s salary taken into account when being asked to repay a masters loan, or is it entirely my debt? Also, I have heard that any pension I receive in the future may be charged - how much pension can I receive before repayment amounts would be deducted? Thanks
Hi there,

You can read about the repayments of a Postgraduate Masters Loan (PGM) here.

We would only take your income into account.

If you need any further information we would advise that you call our Repayments Team on 0300 100 0611, our lines are open Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm and between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm on Saturday.

Thanks, Ashley.
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Hi there,

You can read about the repayments of a Postgraduate Masters Loan (PGM) here.

We would only take your income into account.

If you need any further information we would advise that you call our Repayments Team on 0300 100 0611, our lines are open Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm and between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm on Saturday.

Thanks, Ashley.
Thanks, that’s much clearer. Very helpful!
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Thanks, that’s much clearer. Very helpful!
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You're welcome 😊 If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thanks, Amy
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