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Discover why this simple calculation can determine whether or not you are eligibe for a loan.
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A line of credit is an arrangement where a bank offers a maximum loan amount that the borrower can draw upon at any time. The borrower – which can be an individual, business or government entity – has the flexibility to take out as much as they want, up to the maximum amount. Lines of credit have a couple of important advantages.
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