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Choose the best financial products for your situation.

Credit Cards

Credit cards enable you to access a convenient line of credit. Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express are the largest card types in the United States and have a range of offerings with different focuses, such as rewards points, balance transfers or lower interest rates. When applying for a credit card, your credit history (typically in the form of your credit score) will be taken into account.
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Personal Loans

If you are looking for some extra money to cover a larger purchase, such as a car, holiday, DIY project or wedding, a personal loan might be the way to go. Personal loans are also used as a way to consolidate credit card debt, as the interest rates are typically lower.
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A home is one of the largest purchases you’re likely to make, and it can often represent a significant portion of a person’s overall assets. Mortgages, or “home loans”, are used to finance the purchase of a home, or to refinance a prior mortgage. Mortgages are usually paid back over a period of 20 to 40 years along with incurred interest. Interest rates can be fixed at the time of the loan, or be variable and move up and down over the life of the loan.

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Money Transfers

People transfer money overseas for many different reasons. When sending money internationally, it’s important to understand the associated fees and rates, as they can impact the final amount that reaches your intended recipient.
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