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When applying for a loan, you should _____. contact a broker and provide certain loan information visit a loan officer at a financial institution and complete an application call your credit card company and answer questions over the phone run a credit report and send it to a loan officer
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A report prepared by a credit bureau which shows details of an individual’s credit history is a _____. credit report credit score spending report credit history
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A report prepared by a credit bureau which shows details of an individual’s credit history is a CREDIT REPORT.

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When you finance a car, the car then becomes _____ for the loan. a down payment credit collateral the title
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When you finance a car, the car then becomes a collateral for the loan.
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Debt is _____. cash borrowed from a credit card account a bonus from the credit card company for being a good customer an amount of money that is owed to a bank, credit card company, store, or another individual a loan used to pay for a house, car, or another large item
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Debt is an amount of money that is owed to a bank, credit card company, store, or another individual.
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The periodic rate is _____. an interest rate that changes over the term of the loan. the interest rate you are charged for one payment period. the APR multiplied by twelve. the amount of time you have to pay your loan.
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The periodic rate is the interest rate you are charged for one payment period.
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