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Refinancing your debt into lower interest rates could save you thousands of dollars.
Debt consolidation through a personal loan makes sense if you can qualify for a new loan at a lower rate and you have a plan to pay off what you owe.
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New data from the Fed shows that borrowers can save 6.98 percent on interest if they consolidate debt with a personal loan.
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The best ways to pay off a credit card bill aren’t complicated - in fact, they’re all about common sense.
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