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If you have a very HIGH debt to income ratio, meaning your student loan balance is more than your income (especially when it's 2x or more your income) - you're safe haven is going to be relying on income-based federal forgiveness programs for your federal loans. What this looks like is you will be paying down your debt slow and steady to maximize your forgiveness, while also preparing for the tax consequence that you may have at the end of that term. There are generally three
A question I get asked very frequently is: "Should I consolidate my federal student loans into a private consolidation loan?" And my answer is... it depends, but USUALLY no. Reason being... private student loan debt & federal student loan debt is not an apples-to-apples comparison. I always recommend looking outside just the interest rate when considering private refinancing. When you consolidate your loans from federal to private, you loose a lot of federal benefits & protec
FIRST STEPS: First and foremost - you need to identify and refine your goals for your student loan debt... There are a few things to consider here: 1) How quickly do you want get out of student loan debt? - Are you absolutely adamant that you want this gone as soon as possible? OR - Are you looking for an efficient repayment strategy to both pay off the debt and give you the flexibility in your cash flow to prioritize other financial goals? 2) WHAT is your income trajectory?
COMMON DEFINITIONS FOR ALL PLANS: Capitalization is the addition of unpaid interest to the principal balance of your loan. This will increase the principal balance and the total cost of your loan. A deferment is a period during which you are entitled to postpone repayment of your loans. Interest is not generally charged to you during a deferment on your subsidized loans. Interest is always charged to you during a deferment on your unsubsidized loans. The William D. Ford Feder
Pros & Cons to Loan Consolidation: A Direct Consolidation Loan allows you to consolidate (combine) multiple federal education loans into one loan. The result is a single monthly payment instead of multiple payments. Loan consolidation can also give you access to additional loan repayment plans and forgiveness programs. Speak to a Certified Student Loan Professional™ to see if a Direct Consolidation is right for your student loan plan. Pros If you currently have federal studen