Borrowing for Education
More than half of all American college students or their families borrow part of the cost of their education….
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Taking a Mortgage Loan
The path to a mortgage loan isn’t always a straight line, even when you have good directions….
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Credit Histories
Your credit history — and other people’s — are being written and rewritten all the time….
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Building Good Credit
There’s a clear road to qualifying to borrow….
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Using Credit
When you borrow money to pay for something or use a card to charge a purchase, you’re using credit….
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The Substance of a Loan
When you borrow, you want to know how much, for how long, and at what price….
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Protecting Your Credit Card Rights
Don’t wait until you have a problem with your card to find out your rights….
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Plastic: Power or Peril?
If you can’t pay what you charge, you’ll end up in the red….
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Loans
You can arrange to borrow and repay money you need for specific expenses….
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Coping with Debt
If you’re awash in red ink and can’t pay your bills, you need to act to rebuild your credit….
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Choosing a Credit Card
It’s important to select a card that works well for the way you use credit….
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Building a Credit History
You start laying the foundation of your credit history the first time you borrow….
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Borrowing From Your 401(k)
If you need cash, you may be tempted to raid your retirement savings….
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