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Unemployment can severely hurt your financial situation, and personal loans may seem like an attractive option to help you make a living. It is possible to provide loans to the unemployed, but you may have to prove that you have another source of income – and the lender may look at your credibility more closely.

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Imagine being able to pay off your loan faster than the set deadline. This may seem like a dream, but if you can pay -- and your lender accepts -- only pay the principal, this is possible. Paying only the principal is a way to shorten the loan period and save interest. If your lender allows it, you can borrow the money directly from you - the principal - to pay extra money, which can help you pay off the loan faster.

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If you have been buying a new credit card, you may see some very crazy registration offers, such as "Get 50,000 points after spending x dollars in x days." The 50,000 of anything seems to be a lot, but it doesn't answer a very good question about credit card rewards: How much credit card credits or miles are worth?

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If you are facing multiple high-interest debts and large monthly repayments, you might consider debt consolidation as a solution. Establishing credit may be a possible outcome of a consolidated debt, but there are many things to consider before you commit to a debt consolidation loan

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Debt consolidation is not a panacea for bad credit. But as time goes by, it may help you get back on track. If you have a few high-interest debts—such as credit card balances—debt consolidation allows you to get a new loan, repay the existing debt, and then repay the new loan on a monthly basis.

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Whether you are 18 or just received your first credit card, you are still 60 years old and your wallet is full of credit cards. It is tempting to charge as much as possible. However, you should beware of such a move. Regular use of credit cards and paying on time can help you build a longer, more complete credit history. But holding any type of balance is risky, especially the large balance associated with your credit line.

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If you use credit cards, you can enjoy interest-free credit, lots of rewards and free cash. Our 6 tips will tell you how to use your credit card for maximum benefit.

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Developing good credit habits can be an important part of a safe financial future - so how do you get it? First, open a credit line like a credit card, especially those designed for people who are new to credit cards, then build your own credit history. Consider these five ways to make the most of your credit card to improve your credit score.

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Banks are trying to attract customers and are usually willing to offer cardholders benefits and benefits, including low interest rates, rewards and even signing bonuses. But do you know, if you ask, credit card issuers may also provide some additional services? We've put together a list of six little-known benefits, and as long as you make a call, these benefits are available – some may even help your credit health.

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Banks are trying to attract customers and are usually willing to offer cardholders benefits and benefits, including low interest rates, rewards and even signing bonuses. But do you know, if you ask, credit card issuers may also provide some additional services? We've put together a list of six little-known benefits, and as long as you make a call, these benefits are available – some may even help your credit health.

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