Student Loans

05
Jun
College Ave Student Loans Review

College Ave Student Loans offers both private student loans and student loan refinancing. The lender has a wide variety of loan options and offers competitive rates and benefits.

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05
Jun
Citizens Bank Student Loans Review

Through Citizens Bank, undergraduate and graduate students and their parents have options for borrowing to help finance education needs. The lender also offers refinancing options for qualified borrowers and perks like a loyalty discount for bank account holders.

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05
Jun
Student Loans for Bad Credit Guide

Students or parents with bad credit or no credit history should know there are options when it comes to bad credit student loans. Federal student loans are typically the best borrowing option, but there are private loan options as well.

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05
Jun
Current Student Loan Interest Rates

See current student loan interest rates for federal student loans, private student loans, and student loan refinancing.

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05
Jun
Federal Student Loans

There are a few different types of federal student loans that can be used to pay for your education. These loans typically come with lower interest rates and better repayment benefits than private student loans.

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03
Jun
Funding University Review

Funding University specializes in offering student loans for those without cosigners. If you don't qualify for other private student loans on your own, Funding U is worth your consideration.

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03
Jun
SunTrust Student Loans Review

SunTrust is a great option for students looking for private student loans to pay for college. Until 8/31/2019, SunTrust is offering 0.50% off interest rates through its Summer Savings Program.

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30
May
Income-Based Repayment (IBR) for Student Loans

IBR (income-based repayment) is one of four income-driven repayment plans available for federal student loans. It caps a borrower’s monthly payments at a percentage of their discretionary income.

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29
May
Should You Transfer Student Loan Debt to a Balance Transfer Credit Card?

Transferring your student loan debt to a 0% balance transfer credit may make sense if you can pay it off in the intro period. If you can't, however, avoid this strategy.

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