More than 850,000 made repayments while their income was too low in 2021-22 , according to an investigation

Hundreds of thousands of UK graduates made unnecessary repayments on their student loans last year, worth more than £100m, while earning below the repayment threshold, according to an investigation.

More than 850,000 graduates made payments they should not have done in 2021-22 because their income was too low, according to data obtained through a freedom of information request to the Student Loans Company (SLC).

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