Jul 13, 2017
Most student loans have the option to defer repayments until after graduation. This can be a tempting choice for a student on a tight budget, but making even small monthly payments during your time at college can make a difference because it helps offset the interest that accrues.
Here's how making payments while enrolled in college and during the grace period can reduce your monthly payments and the total loan cost of your loan.
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