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Personal finance bloggers share their strategies for paying off loans and getting out of debt.
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Credit experts share their advice for paying down credit card debt and building a better money management routine.
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If you’re seeking credit or loans, improving your credit score can lower your interest rates. Here’s how.
Not only does your credit score determine if a lender will let you borrow money, but also the amount, terms and flexibility the lender will offer you.
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How your credit report can impact your search for a new job.
While cutting up credit cards might make us feel more on top of our finances, it's not necessarily therapeutic for your credit score. Even cards that you don't use anymore and carry sky-high interest rates can help your credit score.
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