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Can I Consolidate Federal & Private Student Loans Together?
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Is it possible to consolidate all of your private and federal student loans? More importantly, is it advisable?
 
Can I Consolidate Federal and Private Student Loans Together?
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If you have student loans, chances are you’re dealing with multiple interest rates, multiple loan servicers and multiple monthly payments – a surefire recipe for multiple headaches.
 
What’s the difference between the two federal student loan programs (FFEL and Direct)?
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Learn about the differences between the two types of government-backed student loan programs: Federal Family Education Loans and Direct Loans.
 
The time is now, right now, to pay back student loans
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If you have a recent college graduate in your family, be sure that he or she is alert to student loan repayment schedules — some grads need to start repayments before the end of November, which is just a few days away. The rule is that graduates must begin repaying their federal student loans six months after graduation, explained Mark Kantrowitz, senior vice president and publisher of Edvisors ...
 
When Refinancing Your Student Loans Can Backfire
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Refinancing student loans may be a more complex decision than it initially appears. Here's what you need to know to make a wise decision.
 
Fitch to Rate Navient Student Loan Trust 2014-8; Presale Issued
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Fitch Ratings expects to rate Navient Student Loan Trust 2014-8 as follows:
 
Time's up: 5 tips to tackle student loan debt
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Tackling a hefty new monthly expense can be daunting, particularly for recent grads who haven't found steady work. But grads have many options for making student loan payments more manageable, even putting ...
 
What are the pros and cons of consolidating my student loans?
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Read about the possible advantages and disadvantages of consolidating your student loan debts, and find out how to determine which option is best for you.
 
COLUMN-Excuse-free guide to student loan repayment
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The six-month grace period for many student loans is about to expire for new college graduates. The stakes are high: even a single missed payment on a credit account can damage an individual's credit scores, although many loan servicers don't report delinquencies until borrowers are 90 days or more overdue. Instead, here's how new graduates should tackle their student loans: The typical borrower ...
 
How can I consolidate my unsecured debt?
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Discover some of the different ways that you can combine your present unsecured debts into a consolidation loan -- even by borrowing from yourself.