Student Loan Refinancing? Don’t Be Led Astray

by Gregory Mark Fitzgerald on Dec. 06, 2018

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Summary: As student loans burden over 44 million borrowers today and affect the economy of the nation overall, both graduates and non-graduates alike are struggling to the point of national concern.

"Refinancing a loan means looking at the bigger picture, as monthly payments may suddenly go down, but it critical to examine how much more interest you could end up paying over time. If you are currently in danger of defaulting, examine all your other options before walking away from a student loan as the repercussions can be long-term and severe."

Read the entire article on the official Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC blog.

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