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Student Loan Consolidation
YOUNG MONEY articles, books, tips on student loan consolidation and repaying student loans – for college students and graduates.
Should I consolidate my private school loans?
Find out whether consolidating your student loan may be the best option for you.
Student loan interest rates are set to rise again but a new hotline can help college graduates review their loan consolidation options.
A college graduate is paying varying interest rates on multiple student loans.
A financial aid expert helps a graduate concerned about his student loan debt.
For many college students nearing graduation or having recently graduated, it may seem like there are too many options for consolidating school loans. However, consolidation options are being eliminated for many students.
Student loan consolidators frequently use promises of reduced interest rates or include fine print that allows the lender the right to change or take away the benefit.
All student loan consolidation companies are required calculate your starting interest rate in exactly the same way. The difference is in what discounts they offer beyond those supposed "special benefits".
A financial aid expert discusses options for repaying student loans and managing student loan debt.
College graduates should explore the pros and cons of various student loan repayment options.