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I’ve been considering buying a new living room set at Nebraska Furniture. Should I finance the purchase through their in-house financing options, or put it on a credit card?

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The choice is really up to you, but here are a few things to consider: if you put your purchase on a credit card, will you pay it off as quickly as you can, or will you simply pay the minimum due each month? Continue reading

My credit score isn’t the greatest. Actually, I’m not even sure what it is. But I’m afraid to apply for a credit card because I don’t want to get turned down. What should I do?

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It can be a little unsettling, even scary, to apply for a new credit card when you don’t know what your credit score is. But a store credit card like the NFM credit card usually has a pretty accepting policy, so chances are you’ll be able to get one if you have any credit history at all. Continue reading

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