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Can Student Debt Consolidation Actually Help?

A debt consolidation loan can be a useful way to combine your debts and save money if you are paying off high-interest rate debt. By consolidating your debts into a loan with a lower interest rate, you can get great financial benefits. Done right, taking out a student debt consolidation loan can be a smart move. It can help you move your way out of debt. In addition, if you use a home equity loan or line of credit, the interest on a debt consolidation loan is usually tax deductible. (Be sure to check with your tax advisor.) Instead of having several credit card balances, you can combine them into one payment. Be careful, though. If you do take out a student debt consolidation loan, and then continue to run up credit card debt, you will be even worse off than you were before. […]

By |November 2nd, 2012|Consolidation|0 Comments

Average Student Loan Debt 2012

According to a report released by the Institute for College Access and Success on Thursday, October 18th, 2012, Average Student Loan Debt 2012 (students graduating in 2011) topped $26,000. This number is about $1,000 more than the average student loan debt calculated for 2010, and represents an increase of 5 percent. This increase percentage has been the norm in recent years due to the U.S. Economy fallout since around 2008. […]

By |November 1st, 2012|Applying for Loans|0 Comments

Student Loan Application Help

Attending university or college can be very costly. Expenses like tuition, books and living are hard to cope with if you do not have financial assistance. Therefore, you need financial help to take care of them all.  As much as there may be grants and scholarships for some students, not every one of these students actually qualify for the grants and scholarships.  Moreover, these grants may not cover all the cost. This therefore calls for another financial option to be considered to help cover these costs and the most viable option is the student loan. Unlike grants student loans are to be repaid after completion of your study. […]

By |September 8th, 2012|Applying for Loans|0 Comments