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  1. Co-signers and Personal Loans: What You Need to Know

    Co-signers and Personal Loans: What You Need to Know

    If you have high-interest credit card debt or need money to pay for an unexpected car repair, taking out a personal loan can be a smart strategy. However, it can be difficult to qualify for a loan — and to score a low interest rate — if your credit score isn’t excellent.

  2. 5 Reasons Why You Should Never Take a 401(k) Loan

    5 Reasons Why You Should Never Take a 401(k) Loan

    When you need cash for a downpayment on a home or when you hit a financial emergency, your retirement nest egg can look pretty appealing. You might have thousands stashed away in a 401(k), so when you need money quickly, taking a loan from your own account can be tempting.


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