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Pay off your debt faster
Lower your interest rates regardless of credit score
Stop collection calls
Eliminate late fees and over-limit charges
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When it comes to our parents, we tend to assign value by how much we spend. Don't believe me. Let's compare Mother's Day to Father's Day.
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Whenever I urge people to stop being serial auto-loan consumers, I get bewildered looks. I mean it. Pay cash for your car and make the math work in your favor.
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