Save thousands on student loan repayments by consolidating

Posted on 14 August 2008

If you are about to graduate and have student loans, be sure to act now and consolidate your loans into a single loan with one lender in order to benefit from additional savings. Only graduates still in their grace period can reduce their interest rates on eligible loans by 0.60% – which could save you thousands. Register with the Student Loan Consolidation Program, to take advantage of the lowest interest rates in history, and lower your repayments by up to 54%.

The Higher Education Act, established by Congress, allows any graduate (or parent with PLUS loans) to consolidate their student loans by combining all their eligible loans into a single loan issued by a new lender. The Student Loan Consolidation Program offers the best overall borrower benefits and service available to grads. Consolidation is free, and there are no penalties for early repayment.

Put money in your pocket and reduce your monthly repayments. Consolidating your student loans is one of the smartest things you can do.

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. kimmy says:

    In 1979, when I was beginning college, the prime interest rate was 11.5 percent and student loans were at 3.4 percent — or 70 percent below prime. Now, the prime rate is 5.25 percent yet student loans are 8.5 percent (and adjustable) — or 57 percent above prime. What is going on?

  2. refinance loans says:

    great i will test it my student loans was hart,I donot to what bank can loan to me ,oh ,my life !

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