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How High Is Your Interest (Rate)?

You can manage your debt if you know how, according to MasterCard. If you don't, it can be disastrous in many ways, including bad credit. My grandfather had a rock-solid credit policy: if you can't pay cash, don't buy it.

Those days, though, have come and gone.

Some say that there's no upper limit to the interest rates credit cards can charge. On the other side of the coin, rates might not be high enough.

You do have choices, however. Just be careful which ones you make.

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