Federal PLUS Loan (FPLUS) Financial Glossary

What is it? Long-term loans made available to parents of dependent students. Interest rates but may not exceed 9%. May be used to replace EFC; annual amount borrowed limited to the cost of attendance minus estimated financial assistance.

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