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Consolidating Private and Federal Student Loans

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Many college grads have student loan debt from multiple sources. Usually, the biggest chunk of debt is owed to the U.S. Department of Education in the form of Federal Direct subsidized and unsubsidized loans. But, many students also have private student loans from companies like Sallie Mae (now Navient), Discover, or a local bank or …
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5 Secrets to Saving Money on Your Student Loans

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Student loans can be a huge burden for many graduates. Not only do they eat up a big chunk of your monthly income, but the fact that you’re stuck paying them back for 10+ years can make them feel never ending. That’s why at some point almost every borrower asks themselves the same question: How …
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Student Loan Refinancing When You Have Bad Credit

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One of the toughest situations to be in as a borrower with student loan debt is needing or wanting to refinance your loans to save money, but not having the credit you need to be approved for the terms of refinancing your loans. It can feel a lot like you’re trapped in an endless cycle–you can’t …
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PSA: Your Student Loans Can Save You Money on Your Taxes

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It sucks paying student loans. But, once a year, you’ll be (at least a tiny bit) happy you have them: When it’s time to do your taxes. Turns out, you can save money on your taxes from your student loans. Most borrowers with student loans can, indeed claim a tax deduction for the interest they’ve paid …
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