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1 Information from TransUnion’s Credit Card and Personal Loan Balances Reach Record Levels as Consumers Navigate High Inflation, Rising Interest Rates as of 5/1/2023: https://newsroom.transunion.com/credit-card-and-personal-loan-balances-reach-record-levels-as-consumers-navigate-high-inflation-rising-interest-rates/
2 Information from Bankrate’s Should you make biweekly mortgage payments? as of 5/1/2023: https://www.bankrate.com/mortgages/should-you-make-biweekly-mortgage-payments/
3 Information from Bankrate’s Personal loans interest rate forecast for 2023: Rates to increase due to Fed pressure as of 5/1/2023: https://www.bankrate.com/loans/personal-loans/personal-loan-rates-forecast/
4 Information from Bankrate’s What’s the average personal loan interest rate? as of 5/1/2023: https://www.bankrate.com/loans/personal-loans/average-personal-loan-rates/
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