Part of ANA’s Financial Bootcamp Webinar Series
Date: October 17, 2017 from 2 – 3 pm ET
The American Nurses Association is working with CommonBond to help you save money on your student loans. Members who refinance their student loans with CommonBond could save an average of $24,046* and get a $300 cash bonus.
- How much refinancing your student loans will really save you.
- How to know if refinancing is right for you.
- How to navigate the refinancing application process including how to choose the right lender and loan option
- How you can receive the $300 cash bonus by starting your application
Who should attend: Anyone who wants to save serious money on their student loans
Important information: Individual registration required. Register no later than October 16 to receive 24/7 access to this webinar – so even if you can’t attend the live webinar, you can still benefit from this information. This member benefit is available to bachelor or higher degree-prepared RNs only. This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.
Attendance is FREE
Caryn Ganeles is the Manager of Business Development at CommonBond and has been helping borrowers solve their student loan issues for many years. She received her B.S. in Communication from Cornell University. As ANA's dedicated account manager, Caryn will be available to answer any questions that you have after the webinar by reaching out to her directly at email@example.com.
*Savings calculation of $24,046 is based on student loans refinanced with CommonBond between 1/1/17 and 1/31/17. Savings is calculated as the difference between borrowers’ estimated future payments for their previously held loans and their future expected payments after refinancing with CommonBond. The calculation is a weighted average dollar savings of CommonBond refinance loans and assumes interest rates will not change over time, members make all payments on time, members enroll in ACH, and they do not pre-pay their loans. CommonBond's average savings methodology excludes refinance loans during the period mentioned above in which members elect a refinance loan with longer maturity than their existing student loans, the term length of the member’s original student loan(s) is greater is than 30 years, and the member did not provide sufficient information regarding his or her outstanding balance, loan type, APR, or current monthly payment.