Types Of Government Debt Consolidation Programs

Government debt consolidation can refer to two different scenarios. The first one is when the government looks for a credit facility to settle off its existing bills. The state can do this through borrowing from the public by buying bonds. The procedure is more recommendable for use when interest rates are  low and there is no obstacle to early repayment of existing loans.

The process is normally officiated by the finance director. However, due to the complexity of the process, it is normally required by law that the finance director works with a legal practitioner who oversees that the recalling of bonds and issuing of others is done in the right manner.

The other process that is refered to by the government debt consolidation is whereby individuals are  offered federal sate loans so that they can pay off their existing liabilities. There are many programs that cater for the process, but most common, the program caters for students. They are meant to help students clear their multiple existing education loans, as well as others that may be outstanding.

There are mainly two types of these credit facilities from the government, the first being the direct loan and the other being the Federal Family Education Loan. The former refers to the situation where the state directly pays off for the existing loans and issues another one to the student if need be, while the latter means that the money is given to the individual to use as they may please towards repaying the outstanding debts.

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