Consolidation: Your Ticket to Summer Savings | 06.01.10

Posted in Consolidation By Evan Jacobs

Whether you are a recent college graduate starting a new job or moving home with the parents (don’t worry – it’s only temporary), money is an issue regardless of your situation. This summer, if you’re planning a trip or just looking to pay for a new apartment for the fall, you are always looking to save a few bucks.

Enter student loan consolidation. Consolidating your federal student loans can save you a bundle. Let’s say you have $40,000 in federal loans. Your estimated current monthly payment is probably around $457. After consolidation, that payment drops to about $275, for a monthly savings of $182 per month! Would you like an extra $182 per month? I know I would.

Visit StudentLoanConsolidator today to get started! Have questions about consolidating federal and private student loans? Post them in our Financial Aid Forums.


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One Response to “Consolidation: Your Ticket to Summer Savings”

  1. Rodney says on June 15, 2010 at 11:32 am:

    Excellent site and posting Justin! Thanks for all the great information. I also run a loan consolidation blog if you are interested. Would love to have you visit. I am subscribing here….Thanks bud.

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