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So my questions: 1) Is it true that the only way to re-consolidate federal student loans is to add another federal loan?
2) If I tried this would the loans in my current consolidation actually be subject to the new national interest rate?
Within that consolidation are two loans; both of which would be subject to the aforementioned interest rate drop.
I am taking grad courses (company pays for them), but I'd be willing to take out a small loan I could instantly pay back for a chance to re-consolidate.
Consolidation provides grads with the ability to combine their student loans into one megaloan, but it comes with drawbacks.Here's the rundown you need to determine whether student loan refinancing and consolidation is right for you.First, what does consolidating student loans really mean?You will no longer be listed as currently in default on your credit records, and no longer subject to tax intercepts, garnishments, or other collection efforts.Once you are out of default, you can also choose one of the income-driven repayment plans.
This may be a good option if any of the following are true: The vast majority of federal loans are eligible for consolidation, including subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford loans (GSLs), Direct loans, Supplemental Loans for Students (SLSs), Perkins loans, FISLs, and (except in an IBR Plan Consolidation Loan) PLUS Loans.