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Answered by Phillip Christenson, CFA in Plymouth, MN
They will both help you build credit at relatively the same rate. A secured credit card is really just if you cannot get an unsecured card. You have to put some money ...
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Answered by Phillip Christenson, CFA in Plymouth, MN
It all depends...what are you earning on your savings? If it's close to zero then yes you should pay off the credit card debt. If it's in the stock market which histor...
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Answered by Brenda Robinson, Financial Adviser in Easton, PA
You probably want to collect all of your debit together before getting a new loan and see what you owe and what can be taken off of your credit . Get a plan together....
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