6 Ways College Graduates Can Save Money & Pay Student Loans

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Just earned your degree? Here’s a few tips on how college graduates can save money. As a recent college graduate, managing finances can be overwhelming, especially with student loan payments looming, but there are many easy (and important) steps grads can take to begin saving money. Here are five easy ways college graduates can save … Continue reading 6 Ways College Graduates Can Save Money & Pay Student Loans

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Need for Speed: Get Out of Debt Faster with Refinancing

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Refinancing your student loans provides many benefits and the star is getting a lower interest rate. Ultimately, a lower interest rate is what saves you money and makes refinancing such a great option. Today, we want to focus on an often overlooked benefit of refinancing your student loans: getting out debt faster. When you refinance … Continue reading Need for Speed: Get Out of Debt Faster with Refinancing

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Student Loan Interest Rates Have Risen. Purefy Offers A Simple Solution To Help Graduates Deal With Student Loan Debt

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Federal student loan interest rates have risen. As of July 1, undergraduates who take out direct subsidized loans or direct unsubsidized loans will be paying 4.45% in interest – an increase from the previous rate of 3.76%. Graduate students who’ve taken out direct unsubsidized stafford loans will see interest rates rise from 5.31% last year … Continue reading Student Loan Interest Rates Have Risen. Purefy Offers A Simple Solution To Help Graduates Deal With Student Loan Debt

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Credit Scores in America Have Never Been Higher; Right Now is the Perfect Time to Refinance Your Student Loans

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According to recent data, the national average credit score has reached an all-time high of 700 this spring, while the amount of highest-risk borrowers sunk to a record low—which bodes well for both lenders and borrowers.   In fact, more and more, of some the worst personal financial setbacks – bankruptcies and foreclosures – are … Continue reading Credit Scores in America Have Never Been Higher; Right Now is the Perfect Time to Refinance Your Student Loans

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Secured vs. Unsecured Debt: Here’s What You Need to Know

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There are two types of debt available to consumers: secured debt and unsecured debt. Secured debts require some form of collateral, while unsecured debts rely on your promise to pay and generally have higher interest rates. When looking to take on debt, it’s important to know what you’re dealing with. Let’s start with the basics. … Continue reading Secured vs. Unsecured Debt: Here’s What You Need to Know

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