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This student debt strategy can save you more than $18,600

June 7, 2017

More than 8.5 million Americans are enrolled in income-based repayment plans. While the repayment plans lower the monthly payments of borrowers, these plans do not reduce the interest rates on student loans and can increase the total amount of interest borrowers pay over time. Borrowers with good income and credit are using another strategy: student loan refinancing.

Say goodbye to low interest rates on federal student loans, at least for now

May 11, 2017

Families have been benefiting from historic lows on student loan interest rates. But that will change this fall.

8 million Americans could get a lower rate on their student loans

November 15, 2016

That’s the estimated number of borrowers eligible to refinance their debt, according to a new report from Credible. It’s roughly one-third of all people who are currently paying down student loans.

How Much Lower Will Your Student Loan Rate Be With a Cosigner?

July 28, 2016

Private student lenders have long said that borrowers who convince their parents to join them on the loan get lower interest rates. Now, there are new figures showing just how much lenders will discount rates.

Startup Promises to Lower Student Loans, Saving Thousands

April 14, 2016

Graduates with student loan debt aren’t the only ones who can benefit by refinancing their loans at a lower interest rate — parents can save thousands by refinancing the student loans they take out to help their kids pay for college.

These Cities Will Pay Off Your Student Debt

April 5, 2016

To attract millennial talent, some cities are offering to help out with student loan debt. A number of cities across the country have rolled out student loan debt relief plans for recent graduates. Stephen Dash, the founder of Credible, a multi-lender marketplace for student loans, tells FOXBusiness.com that each program is designed to meet the goals of an individual city or state.

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