Earning a college degree is one of the most important - and expensive - things you will do in your life. If you are able to attend college without having to take out any student loans, you are one of the lucky few. Most individuals have to borrow at least some of the money they need for tuition, books, and living expenses. And upon graduation, you are faced with the challenge of repaying all of those loans after the grace period ends, whether you are employed or not. That can be a hard dose of reality when you realize that not paying your loan payments on time, or not paying them at all can have grave consequences where your credit rating is concerned. That is why it is smart to consider a federal student loan consolidation program.
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