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In what order should I repay my loan debt?

In what order should I repay my loan debt?

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    Simplicity is key. Pay off any small loan which you can pay off immediately as your credit score will be affected by how many outstanding loan accounts you have. Furthermore the psychological effect of having one less loan to service may help you alleviate some stress. So go ahead and clear them especially the high EIR loans.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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