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					Tips on Student Loan
    Consolidation
Doing the best that you can in order to get good education is
never wrong. In the long run, if you’ve properly pulled it off,
having a good college education will not only help you and you
family, it’ll also work wonders for your country since you’re a
part of the working economic force. That being said, perhaps
you’ve already had your student loans by now or are considering
applying for one. Here’s the first advice you need to take: As
much as possible, avoid loans for now.

There are only two persons who will sure get benefits in those
loans – the lender and business that apply for loans. This is
because they get tax deductions for interest expenses, but you’re
not a business so as much as possible, avoid loans. Now, if you’ve
already taken a job but you still don’t have enough money, then
go for a student loan.
You might encounter difficulties in paying for it in the future but
don’t worry; you could apply for a student loan consolidation in
order to ease that problem.

It is quite common for students – in fact, not only to students,
but also for employees and big businesses – to make financial
mistakes. Despite constant reminders, people still sometimes
forget that borrowed money is not their money.

As one student has said, the thought that you’d eventually have
to pay for it rarely hits you until its time to pay for it. After all,
applying for a loan is all too easy:
Just fill a form, check a few boxes, and voila! All that’s left to do
is wait for the money to be disbursed. Unfortunately, not all
kinds of student loans would qualify for a student loan
consolidation. If you want to make sure that you’ll qualify for it
once you’ve graduated, it is best that you take your student loan
from the federal government.

The only problem there is that there are expenses not supported
by federal student loans. This is the reason why some people
decide to apply for a private loan.
 Once you’ve been approved for a student loan consolidation,
you will have a longer time for you to pay the loan, and the
interest rate could also be decreased, depending on the
conditions. It is best that you apply for an income-based student
loan consolidation.

This type of debt consolidation, as its name implies, is where a
specific percentage of your income is dedicated to paying your
student loans in the past. The higher your income gets; the more
money you pay for your student loans but the ratio remains the
same. Not only that, if 25 years has already elapsed and you still
haven’t finished paying your loan, the remaining balance will be
forgiven.
If you’ve already been approved for a student loan
consolidation before, but with different terms from an income-
based one, then it is suggested that you just stick to it and not
apply for a new one. This is because once you’ve been approved,
the loan clock will reset for another 25 years.

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