You can make interest-only payments on student loans to save money. Making these payments before you graduate — or while you’re postponing repayment — can keep thousands of dollars in interest from being added to your loan’s balance. If you have subsidized federal student loans, interest doesn’t accrue while you’re in school. But interest always…

Ryan Lane is a writer at NerdWallet. Email: rlane@nerdwallet.com.

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