For most types of debt, you can usually refinance if you’re not happy with your terms and conditions. Credit card balances can be rolled over onto new cards with more favorable rates. Car loans and mortgages can be refinanced with new lenders at lower interest rates. But for student loans – particularly federal student loans […]

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If you’ve got private student loans in your college debt portfolio and are looking to refinance at more competitive rates, the new offering we’ll discuss today may be of interest to you. The New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation (NHHELC) has launched EDvestinU™ – a private student loan consolidation program (essentially also a refinancing program) – […]

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If you owe a significant amount in student loans – whether federal or private – and your interest rates are high, you should explore the cost savings if you refinance your student loans. Not every circumstance is a fit for a refinance and once done, it can’t be undone, so it’s important that you know […]

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Campus Progress, an organization dedicated to helping “young people to promote progressive solutions to key political and social challenges,” is taking on student loan interest rates. In a recent article titled It’s Our Interest: The Need to Reduce Student Loan Interest Rates, the organization discusses that although interest rates are at historic lows, in-debt student […]

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