President Biden has extended the interest-free payment pause for most federal student loan borrowers through Sept. 30. But after that break ends, paying $0 may still be a necessity for some borrowers. You may be able to qualify for a $0 monthly payment at that point by enrolling in an income-driven repayment plan or suspending payments altogether via deferment or forbearance. An income-driven plan is usually the best choice because of benefits like potential loan forgiveness, but compare all your options if you’ll need longer-term relief. While you can’t switch repayment plans while payments are paused, you can figure out a strategy and prepare now.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Elite Cleaning of WashingtonIs your microwave oven covered in baked-on food splatters and spills? Or smells terrible like burnt popcorn? You can quickly clean it with typical household items that are environmentally-friendly and have minimal cost. To clean and lightly deodorize your microwave use a microwave-safe bowl and mix ½ cup of white distilled vinegar and ½ cup water. Each microwave oven has different power wattage, so simply bring the mixture to a rolling boil inside the microwave about 4-6 minutes on average.Keep the microwave oven closed for a few minutes to allow the stream will loosen baked-on food splatters and spills and lightly deodorize. The mixture can get very hot so wait until cooled enough to dip a clean cloth or sponge into the mixture to wipe the inside of the microwave including the roof, walls, use a tooth brush to get the edges and corners, and glass tray. The glass tray may also go into the dishwasher to clean and sanitize as needed. If the inside of the microwave oven is dirty, so might the outside. Use the remaining warm vinegar and water mixture to wipe the outside surfaces of the microwave oven including vents in the back of the microwave oven.The vinegar mixture only lightly deodorizes the microwave oven, so if your microwave oven still has some odors try using a lemon or vanilla extract. To use a lemon to deeply deodorize, cut the lemon in half and place cut sides down on a microwave-safe plate with a tablespoon of water and nuke for 2-3 minutes and leave in the microwave oven for an hour keeping the door closed than remove and wipe out microwave oven. To use a vanilla to deeply deodorize, use a microwave-safe bowl mixing 2 tablespoons of vanilla with a ½ cup of water and nuke for 2-3 minutes and leave in the microwave oven for an hour keeping the door closed than remove and wipe out microwave oven.PS: If you use lemon to deeply deodorize your microwave oven, simply cut into smaller pieces and clean your garbage disposal by running with the lemon pieces and water through it.Elite Cleaning of Washington is fully licensed and bonded.For Home Cleaning Estimates please contact Scottiejo at: 360-529-2277 read more