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3 Things You Need to Know About Paying Off Your Personal Loan

Loans work best when they work for you. And what better way to pay off your personal loan than your way? Here are a couple of things you should know about paying off your loan through Avant. #1: You have the power to adjust loan payments. That’s right. We believe that your loan should fit your lifestyle. With a 10-day grace period, we give you the flexibility to make a later payment without incurring a late fee. That way, if

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How Does One Late Payment Affect Your Credit Score?

One of the most stressful feelings you can have is realizing that you’ll be making a late credit card payment. No one ever has the intention of paying late on a bill but surprisingly it happens all the time. You

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How Much Can You Afford to Pay Toward Debt Each Month?

“Debt.” It’s a financial four-letter word that you’d rather not talk about. But you know it’s time to face the music and get real with your money. That means doing something about your debt. Hey, I get it. Life is

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6 Ways Dropping Debt is a Lot Like Dropping Weight

1) Real American problems. Roughly two-thirds of American households carry credit card debt and two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese. Chances are that you or someone you know is struggling with with at least one of these issues.

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5 Easy Ways to Wipe Out Credit Card Debt

1. Freeze the Cards While this technically isn’t a way to get out of the hole, it’s the first step towards eliminating credit card debt. Reasoning: if you continue to swipe away, any payments made will only offset the balance

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6 Lies About Credit Cards You Actually Believe

1. Credit card applications are bad for my credit score. Whether you’re seeking a temporary money fix or looking to take advantage of an irresistible introductory offer, chances are you’ve been warned to proceed with caution when applying for credit

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What’s the Difference Between APR and Interest Rate?

If you’re applying for any type of loan, the first thing you’ll probably look at is the interest rate. Further down the application, you’ll also see a term called an APR (annual percentage rate). These two numbers may be similar,

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4 Mistakes You Should NEVER Make with Debt

Okay, so you have debt. It’s frustrating, sure, but it’s not the end of the world. Millions of people are in the same boat right now, and many of them are steadily working their way toward being debt free. You

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Can You Buy a Home With Imperfect Credit?

Buying a home with less-than-stellar credit is possible, but it’ll be more expensive for someone with a bad credit history compared to someone with good credit. While you might be tempted into purchasing a home, you’ll need to be brutally

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