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This Woman Paid off $215k in Student Loans, Saved $40k by Refinancing

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that we believe will be useful to our readers. We can receive a commission when you click on links for products from our affiliate partners. During her three year law degree, Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez amassed nearly $ 215,000 in student loan and credit card …

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10 Ways To Pay Off Your Student Loans in One Year

Harbucks / Getty Images / iStockphoto The 2020 CARES Act allowed borrowers to suspend their payments on federal student loan payments without incurring new interest. After several extensions, this grace period is set to expire on May 1, meaning millions of Americans will soon have to work up a sweat with their student loan payments. …

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Your federal student loan payments will likely resume early next year : NPR

Richard Cordray is the Chief Operating Officer of Bundesstudienhilfe. John Minchillo / AP Hide caption Toggle caption John Minchillo / AP Richard Cordray is the Chief Operating Officer of Bundesstudienhilfe. John Minchillo / AP Student borrowers, take note. In a testimony to a subcommittee of the House of Representatives, the head of the Federal Student …

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With student loan rates as low as 2%, here’s how to refinance for better terms

The average home student loan refinance rates stay low, but you can qualify for an even better rate through your research. (iStock) Private student loan interest rates have dropped to their lowest levels in all of 2021 in the past few weeks, according to Credible data, giving borrowers the option to set a lower interest …

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4 Things Young Americans Should Know About Credit Cards In 2022

The New Year is here and it is traditionally the time for new beginnings. You likely have a lot of exciting or fear inducing things going on, whether your New Year’s resolutions include using your gym membership or achieving career goals. The credit cards in your wallet are probably nowhere near the first thing you …

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