Many people try debt consolidation, but not all emerge better off.
A Fidelity study estimates that the graduating class of 2013, for example, faces an average of ,200 in college-related debt upon graduation.
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Many students will get federal loans for each year in school and will graduate with more than one loan to repay. Department of Education, a Direct Consolidation Loan can help you streamline your federal loan payments.
If you have more than one federal student loan, you may be eligible to consolidate these loans into one Direct Consolidation Loan so that you are only making one payment a month instead of several. You cannot, however, consolidate your private student loans into a Direct Consolidation Loan.