Student Loan Association processes the needed paperwork for borrowers with federal student loans including PLUS, Perkins, and all other loan types so that our clients may receive the best possible consolidation from the DOE. By consolidating your eligible federal student loans into one payment you can save time, effort and expense. Instead of multiple payments with different interest rates you’ll pay just one lender a single amount that is often less than the sum of your pre-consolidation payments. Better still, you’ll be dealing with a single entity whenever you need assistance with payments and other customer service issues. You may also be able to switch repayment plans at any time to meet your particular needs.
This service was designed to take the burden off of you and allow our service staff to work with you to identify the program that you qualify for and then accurately prepare and track the documents necessary. *If the DOE fails to approve your repayment assistance application due to our error, Student Loan Association will refund 100% of the service charged for the preparation of your documents. Money back guarantee is subject to you providing Student Loan Association with accurate and true information.
With the help of Student Loan Association, my monthly payments dropped from $670.00 to $25.00 per month. I never knew that it could be possible. This makes my life a whole lot better! MBA, Brian K.
Student Loan Association is an incredibly outstanding company with knowledgeable and sincere counselors.
Our Student Loan Processors provide a confidential, one-on-one consultation session to determine whether consolidation is right for you, and if so, which of our programs will best fit your needs. We’ll also help you calculate a workable payment option, and find the right lender for your particular situation. We’ll prepare and submit the paperwork, and offer you ongoing assistance through every step of the process.
If you are the type of person that likes to process your own paperwork. Please click here to begin. www.ed.gov