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Repaying student loans can be stressful but refinancing may help make your life a bit easier. Continue reading article.
Parent PLUS loans are pretty easy to get and many schools "packaged" these loans for parents into students' financial aid offers. Those conveniences come with a hidden price, though. Continue reading article.
How do you plan for the unexpected, while also saving for the future, your family, or even retirement, all while paying off student loan debt? Continue reading article.
Are you facing high interest rates on student loans with months (or years) to go before you have to start paying them back? Continue reading article.
1 Annual percentage rates (APRs) assume a principal and interest repayment term as short as five years and as long as 20 years, borrowing $100,000, a 0% origination fee, deferring principal and interest for 66 months while requiring $75.00 monthly payments, and assumes you are enrolled in and maintain auto-debit payments during the Post-Residency Repayment Period. Enrolling in auto-debit during the Post-Residency Repayment Period results in a 0.25% interest rate reduction during the Post-Residency Repayment Period. Without enrolling in auto-debit, the APR range would be from 2.71% APR to 6.31% APR. Not all borrowers receive the lowest rate. If you are approved for a loan, the rate offered will depend on your credit profile and the term you select. During your residency, you must make monthly payments of at least $75.00. The $75.00 monthly payments during the Residency Period may not be enough to fully pay the interest that will accrue during the Residency Period. If the interest that accrues each month is more than $75.00, the amount of interest that is not paid will be added to your loan balance. Your loan balance may therefore increase during your Residency Period even though you are making the required payments, which is called negative amortization. Because of the negative amortization, your loan will have a larger principal balance at the start of the Post-Residency Repayment Period than the amount that you originally borrowed. Back to content
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