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To approve you for a line of credit, loan or even a mortgage, lenders usually look at your debt-to-income ratio. This ratio is simply how much of your income is spent on debt. To calculate your own debt-to-income ratio, first tally up…
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Carrying debt = bad, right? Seems like it, according to personal finance 101. But did you know that not all types of debt are created equal – and that certain types can actually increase your wealth? Understand the difference between constructive and deconstructive debt – and how to avoid the latter.