And if you’re juggling multiple credit cards, while only making minimum payments every month, you'll be paying a fortune in interest.

Try Credible, a free online service that shows you the best lending options to pay off your credit card debt fast – and save a ton in interest.

Let Credible help you pay off your debt

Credible lets you comparison-shop for the lowest interest rates with just a few clicks of your mouse. In just two minutes you’ll see all the lenders willing to help pay off your credit cards with a single personal loan.

You can borrow up to $100,000 (with no collateral) at interest rates as low as 3.99% APR, and repayment schedules ranging from 24 to 84 months.

Depending on how much interest you pay on your credit cards, a debt consolidation loan could save you thousands of dollars.

Simply add Capital One Shopping to your browser, and shop like normal. This free tool does the work for you.

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Rates from top lenders, all in one place

Trying to chip away at your credit card debt little by little is a losing battle. Take some time to change your whole financial outlook.

Even if you're just curious about your options, checking rates on Credible is a smart idea. It won't hurt your credit score, it’s totally free, and it will probably save you a bundle.

Here's how to save up to $700/year off your car insurance in minutes

When was the last time you compared car insurance rates? Chances are you’re seriously overpaying with your current policy.

It’s true. You could be paying way less for the same coverage. All you need to do is look for it.

And if you look through an online marketplace called SmartFinancial you could be getting rates as low as $22 a month — and saving yourself more than $700 a year.

It takes one minute to get quotes from multiple insurers, so you can see all the best rates side-by-side.

So if you haven’t checked car insurance rates in a while, see how much you can save with a new policy.

About the Author

Shane Murphy

Shane Murphy

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Shane is a reporter for MoneyWise. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language & Literature from Western University and is a graduate of the Algonquin College Scriptwriting program.

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