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Student Loan Refinance

Thinking about consolidating or refinancing your student loans? These articles can help you better understand your options. Get the facts on student loan deferments and consolidations, tips on managing your debt and payments, and answers to other frequently asked questions.

When looking for ways to pay for college, students should consider subsidized student loans. Subsidized student loans are loans that are partly funded from public monies. In essence, the federal government is paying to keep students in school. Thus, it makes sense that the two subsidized loan programs are federally funded. Subsidized loans were created...

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When to pay student loans off early is one of the most hotly debated topics in the personal finance world. Student loans are often considered good debt and are often at low interest rates. If you make under a certain income, your student loan interest is tax deductible up to $2500 per year. You may...

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Student loans are the means many students use to afford a higher education. Loans are available to undergraduates after the completion of high school and graduate students after they have received an undergraduate degree. There are many types of student loans, though most are provided by the federal government, there are both public and private...

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In order to make an informed decision, one must first understand what consolidation loans are. In a nutshell, student loan consolidation is taking out another loan to pay off an existing loan. In the case of student loans, hopefully the result is a more affordable rate, with repayment terms that makes the monthly payment amount...

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The following FAQ about consolidating student loan questions provides you with answers to some of the most important questions about consolidating your student loans. Consolidating student loans can save you a lot of money, and can help make your monthly payments more affordable. Use the FAQ about consolidating student loans to help decide if consolidation...

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A student loan consolidation application is necessary when seeking to consolidate existing loans. Although lenders have already loaned the money to the borrower, in essence, they are seeking an additional loan from another lender to pay off the existing loan amounts and roll them into one lump sum (consolidate) loan. Thus borrowers will need to...

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If you are having difficulty making your student loan payments, it is essential that you know the definition of deferment and forbearance and that you understand the difference between deferment and forbearance. While every lender has slightly different rules, in general, the difference between deferment and forbearance can mean a difference of a lot of...

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Consolidating private student loans can be the ideal solution for making your student loan debt more manageable. By combining your private student loans into one, you’ll be lowering your monthly payments and lowering the overall interest rate you’re paying on multiple loans. Refinancing will extend the time you have to pay off the debt and...

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Student loan bill consolidation may be the answer when you’re struggling to make ends meet. Of course you’ll still be paying on the loans but consolidation can go a long way with easing the strain on your budget. By refinancing and combining your student loans through just one lender, you’re paying off all those old...

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Consolidating student loans is an option available to those who have more than one eligible loan. There are many benefits, including an increased number of repayment options or better repayment terms, depending on the lender you consolidate with. Read on for the top 10 questions to ask before consolidating student loans. How many loans do...

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