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7 Ways to Use a Home Equity Loan

7 Ways to Use a Home Equity Loan

A Home Equity Loan leverages the equity you’ve built in your home to get access to funds at a lower rate than other loan types. A Home Equity Loan is a closed-end loan, meaning you get a lump sum and repay it with interest over a specified term.

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Get Peace of Mind for Your Ride

Get Peace of Mind for Your Ride

Thinking about a new or “new to you” car? Having a reliable set of wheels is a crucial part of our daily lives, but it’s also a big financial decision that will likely impact your budget for the next several years. You know you’ll need to protect your ride with car insurance, and maybe even get a AAA membership, but are you aware of these programs that give you financial peace of mind?

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Auto Buying Resources

Auto Buying Resources

Buying a new (or new to you) car is exciting, but can also be a stressful experience. A car is a big purchase, and you’ll be handling your new ride for years to come — so you want to be sure you’re making an informed decision.

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8 Ways to Use a HELOC

8 Ways to Use a HELOC

Your HELOC provides more flexibility to support your goals than other loan options due to the low adjustable rate, no minimum advance requirements, no prepayment penalty, and flexible repayment terms — during the initial 10-year draw period your minimum payments are interest-only, followed by a 15-year repayment period to cover any outstanding balance.*

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5 Reasons to Get a Signature Loan

5 Reasons to Get a Signature Loan

A signature loan gives you quick access to cash and the rates are competitive. Plus, the payments are the same each month, so you know exactly when the debt will be paid off and the total cost of the loan. But when should you consider a signature loan over something else?

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Cash or Card?

Cash or Card?

Which do you prefer to use at checkout, cash or card? Here are some benefits of using your debit or credit card instead:

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Wells Fargo Closing Your Line of Credit? Here’s What You Can Do

Wells Fargo Closing Your Line of Credit? Here’s What You Can Do

Last week, Wells Fargo announced they are discontinuing the personal line of credit and will be closing any existing credit lines — which may negatively impact the credit scores of affected customers. A line of credit is an unsecured revolving loan that offers the flexibility to borrow money at any time after it’s opened, commonly used for debt consolidation, home improvement projects, emergency cash flow, or for peace of mind.

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