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Let’s talk credit! Credit is money you borrow and must repay. Depending on the type of credit account it is, you can use it for different purposes, like buying a boat, funding a wedding or buying an investment property. There are two main types of credit available to borrowers – closed-end credit and open-end credit.
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Imagine, if you will, a pickle barrel at a grocery store. It’s filled with pickles you can take out, put in a bag and pay for. Of course, you only pay for the pickles you take out. And once you eat the pickles you bought, you can buy more pickles – again and again –
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As a small business owner, if you’re looking to grow your business or fund a startup, a small business loan may help you. There are two types of business loans to choose from: a secured business loan and an unsecured business loan. While each offers its own benefits, there are quite a few differences between
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So you started a business – and business is booming! Now you’re in the happy situation of needing more capital to fund your business’s growth. This is where a business credit card can come in handy. We’ve put together a guide outlining what you need to qualify for a business credit card, how to apply
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Life brings most of us occasions when a little extra money would be helpful. Maybe you’ve been hit with unexpected medical bills, or your home’s air conditioning unit literally gave its last gasp. Or maybe you’re planning a wedding and need to put a deposit down to reserve the venue.  If you have good credit
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Loans are part of how most of us live our lives. Loans help people get educated, buy a car, buy a home, pay for emergency medical bills and much more.  The list of reasons why people need loans is a long one. And, thankfully, there’s an equally long list of loans available for our diverse
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Life happens. And despite making savvy money moves and routinely growing your savings, unforeseen expenses – like medical bills, big emergencies or car repairs – can derail even the most well-planned budget and savings plan. When life happens, you may need to take out a personal loan to cover the cost. But how can you
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Picture yourself sipping a cool refreshment as the sun beams down on you and there’s the sound of water lapping against the side of your boat. Ahh, that’s the life, isn’t it? Well, this daydream may be easier to make your reality than you thought! We’ve put together five of the best ways to finance
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Refinancing your personal loan is a great tactic to manage financial change. Whether you’re making the shift from a two-income to a one-income household, adding a significant expense, paying off credit card debt or sending children off to college, you may need to adjust your personal loan payments to be more affordable. Consider these scenarios:
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There are two main types of credit accounts: revolving credit and installment credit. When it comes to revolving credit, think credit cards. When it comes to installment credit, think mortgages or personal loans. Our guide covers the ins and outs of installment credit: what it is, how it works, how it affects your credit score
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Whether you’ve been rejected in love – or loans – you’re in good company. Speaking from personal experience, it’s not fun, but people face rejection every day.  If you want to show rejection that it’s not the boss of you, we’ve got a pro tip: dust yourself off and try again!  Don’t be discouraged. Getting
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Personal loans are flexible. 🤸🏿‍♂️ They can be used to pay for just about anything.  Technically, you could get a personal loan and go on a self-care spending spree or invest it in the latest trendy stock – but we’ve got a couple of better ideas.  Personal loans are best used to pay for emergency
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Being self-employed looks different for different people. There’s the hustle, the entrepreneurial leap, the layoff rebound, the career makeover and more. No matter why you’re self-employed – or what that even looks like for you – you’re probably working hard to juggle multiple responsibilities.  But, even when things couldn’t be better financially, dips in income
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To qualify for a personal loan, most lenders are looking for borrowers with credit scores in the neighborhood of 670. That doesn’t mean you can’t qualify with a lower credit score, but it may affect how much you can borrow and the interest rate you’ll be charged. To make sure you’re getting the most value
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Who hasn’t needed a little extra cash now and again?  If you need more money than your credit card limit offers and don’t want to dip into your savings or take money out of an investment or retirement account, a personal loan might do the trick!  A personal loan is money you borrow from a
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Whether it’s credit card debt or any other kind of debt, dealing with multiple payments every month can be frustrating. Consider uncomplicating your life by rolling all your debt into a single monthly payment with a personal loan. Debt consolidation is one of the most popular reasons why people get personal loans.  But before you
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Are you carrying a lot of credit card debt? Do you die a little on the inside every time one of your credit card payments is due? Are you tired of making payments and feeling like your balance hasn’t budged? You’re not alone.  The typical American has about $5,315 in credit card debt, and the
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