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Are You Paying Off Credit Card Debt the Wrong Way?

When you have more than one credit card to pay off, there are many ways to go about tackling your debt. You could pay off cards with highest interest rates first, or you could pay off cards with the smallest balances first. Or, you could make bigger payments toward cards with larger balances, and...
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