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Jun 10 2017

Student Loans – UW Credit Union (UWCU, University of Wisconsin Credit Union) #cheap #loans


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Refinance Your Loans

If you’re done with school, consolidate your student loans into one easy, convenient payment, or refinance to a lower rate. Consolidate up to $60,000 in outstanding private or federal student loans, and take up to 15 years to repay. Choose the low rate that best fits your needs Variable Rate as low as 2.83%. Fixed Rate as low as 6.74%. 1

*Variable Rate: 2.73% annual percentage rate (APR). The APR assumes that you will be in school for 4 years and have a 6-month grace period before repayment begins. Borrowing $10,000 at 2.83% accrues $1,273.32 in interest during 4 years in school and the 6-month grace period, resulting in 2.73% APR. Rate is variable and can change quarterly. For further information on rates and costs for the Variable Rate Private Student Loan, see the Application Truth in Lending Disclosure. Fixed Rate: 6.37% annual percentage rate (APR). The APR assumes that you will be in school for 4 years and have a 6-month grace period before repayment begins. Borrowing $10,000 at 6.74% accrues $3,000.48 in interest during 4 years in school and the 6-month grace period, resulting in 6.37% APR. For further information on rates and costs for the Fixed Rate Private Student Loan, see the Application Truth in Lending Disclosure. You will be required to review the Application Truth in Lending Disclosure prior to submitting an application. For both Private Student Loans, the APR can differ from the interest rate as it considers fees paid to obtain the loan, your interest rate, if payments are deferred and reflects the cost of the loan as a yearly rate. You are not required to make payments on your loan while in school, although you may make principal and interest payments any time. Making payments while attending school will lower your APR. The minimum loan amount is $1,000. Your interest rate will be determined by your credit score or your cosigner’s, whichever is greater.


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