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    How to tell whether a personal loan or a car loan is better for you.
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    Self-driving vehicles are coming fast, and they’re going to radically change what ...
  1. What is the difference between "closed end credit" and a "line of credit?"

    Find out about the difference between closed-end credit and lines of credit, and how both closed- and open-end credit is ...
  2. In what instances does a business use closed end credit?

    Find out how businesses use closed-end credit to finance large purchases such as vehicles, equipment and property, including ...
  3. What are the typical requirements to qualify for closed end credit?

    Learn what closed-end credit is, and the various requirements that borrowers must meet in order to obtain a closed-end credit ...
  4. What are some examples of simple interest loans?

    Learn about two common examples of simple interest loans. Understand what simple interest is and learn why it's important ...
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