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  1. Co-signers and Personal Loans: What You Need to Know

    Co-signers and Personal Loans: What You Need to Know

    If you have high-interest credit card debt or need money to pay for an unexpected car repair, taking out a personal loan can be a smart strategy. However, it can be difficult to qualify for a loan — and to score a low interest rate — if your credit score isn’t excellent.

  2. 5 Tips for Using a Personal Loan for Job Relocation

    5 Tips for Using a Personal Loan for Job Relocation

    Relocating for a new job can be exciting, scary, and expensive. If you don’t have enough money stashed away in savings to cover the cost, you may be thinking of charging your moving expenses to a credit card. But there may be a better way: using a personal loan.

  3. 3 Financing Options for Home Improvement Projects

    3 Financing Options for Home Improvement Projects

    Home improvement projects can improve the look of your home, boost its usability, and even increase its resale value. While it would be best to pay for those repairs or renovations with money from your savings account, most people don’t have enough money tucked away to cover the cost. That’s when home improvement loans can be a wise solution.

  4. How to Boost Your Credit Score Quickly So You Can Earn Rewards

    How to Boost Your Credit Score Quickly So You Can Earn Rewards

    Earning cash back or travel rewards can be a dream come true, but it’s a dream that’s out of reach for many. The reality is, rewards and travel credit cards are only available to consumers with good or excellent credit. The rest of the world is forced to miss out, relying on boring credit cards with few perks or benefits.

  5. Gap Visa Credit Card Review

    Gap Visa Credit Card Review

    Gap is one of the most recognized brands in the country. It’s where shoppers go to stock up on quality basics and casual wear for all ages. If you’re a frequent shopper, one way to save is to sign up for a Gap-branded credit card. Here’s what you need to know before you apply.


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