Purdue offering income-share agreements as way to pay off student loans

Purdue University has a creative new way for its graduates to repay their student loans.

It's called an income-sharing agreement.

Graduates will make payments on their loans for 10 years. Those payments will be based upon their income.

Lower income means lower payments and if a graduate can't get any work with a Purdue degree, they owe nothing.

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