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EdFed can save you hundreds of dollars per month. Imagine the things you can do with those savings!
EdFed can save you hundreds of dollars per month by consolidating your loans…

What does that mean for you?

Just imagine a few of the things you can do with the money that EdFed will save you.

What if you saved $500 a month?
  • Lease a certified pre-owned BMW 545i.

  • Spend one weekend a month in Hawaii.

  • Treat yourself to a few pairs of ridiculously expensive shoes or new outfits.

  • Massive monthly spending spree on or, better yet, eBay!

  • Move up to a bigger home.

  • Save the whole $6,000 annually for a rainy day.

  • Take a limo to work a few times a week.

  • Research the stock market and invest.

  • Hire a housekeeper.

  • Rolex.

  • State-of-the-art home entertainment.
What if you saved $200 a month?
  • Dinner and a movie every weekend.

  • A great new suit.

  • Order every single cable channel offered.

  • Look into that new car you deserve.

  • Vegas, baby, Vegas!

  • Upgrade that old computer.

  • Have some awesome nights out with your best friends.


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I just finished up school and finances are a little tight for me right now. EdFed consolidated my loans and saved me over $200 on monthly payments. Now I have more money to put into opening up my own business and beginning a successful future. I would definitely recommend EdFed to any student looking to save money, get lower interest rates and get great customer service while doing it.
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