Learn more about how to take advantage of both student loan discounts. The lifetime limit for this loan combined with all other education-related debt is 0,000.Calculate how to potentially pay less interest on your student loan: Student Loan Interest Calculator Calculate the monthly payments on your private student loans: Student Loan Repayment Calculator If you’re a borrower with little or no credit history, or you have limited income, a cosigner may help you to qualify for this loan and potentially receive a lower interest rate.is there a way to consolidate these all into one single debt/monthly payment?Peter Dear Peter, If it was just about government student loans then the answer would be an easy, 'Yes.' There is no charge to consolidate most government student loans into a Direct Consolidation Loan which is then eligible for a monthly payment based on your income.
The automatic payment discount may not change your monthly payment amount depending on the type of loan you receive, but may reduce the number of payments or reduce the amount of your final payment.
The amount of time you have to repay the loan can vary from 10 to 25 years depending on the lender and the amount of the loans being consolidated. The CFPB does not endorse the third-party or guarantee the accuracy of this third-party information.
Read the fine print – your consolidated loan may not have the same terms as your original loans. There may be other resources that also serve your needs.
Huffington Post Reader Question Dear Steve, I'm looking to consolidate private/government student loans.
I have a few several outstanding loans with both public and private entities from graduate school (Navient, Nelnet, Discover student loans).