Archive for July, 2010

How to Repay Federal Student Loan When My Current Pay is Low?

“I can’t afford to make my monthly repayments on my federal student loans as my salary is not sufficient for me to do so.”

Can this problem be solved?

The answer is YES. You can take the proactive step to consolidate all your federal student loans. The method is very beneficial especially during economy downturn where the interest rates are relatively lower. Federal (more…)

The Truth About Refinancing Student Loans – free article courtesy of

The Truth About Refinancing Student Loans
 by: Tripp Taylor

There are many students and graduates out there that are struggling with paying for their student loans. Often times, these people have heard of refinancing student loans in order to make their payments lower and more manageable. But before you consider refinancing student loans, there are some things (more…)

Consolidate Federal Student Loans – Advantages and Disadvantages

As you approached your graduation from college, more than likely you’ve already had consolidation services contacting you about your student loans. Of course, as you are bombarded with all this information, it can be difficult to figure out whether or not consolidating your federal student loans is the right option. This type of consolidation is only for federal loans, (more…)

Latest federal loan consolidation news – Private Student Loan Consolidation Qualifiers

Ok so you might find the next few links interesting. These are from around the web, just random snippets that I’ve picked up in my reading, but I found some very cool information in them. You might too. Here goes…

Private Student Loan Consolidation Qualifiers

Unlike the Federal Loan consolidation you will have to pay fees in the range of 1% to 5% on both your personal (more…)

Are Debt Consolidation Loans Worth It?

Are Debt Consolidation Loans Worth It?

A debt consolidation loan is, as its name suggests a loan that will consolidate all of your debts into one tidy package. The interest rate may be the same as the rates on the existing loans, or it may be somewhat less.

Defining the terms

Make certain that you have reviewed all the terms and clauses included in the (more…)

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