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Credit and Bankruptcy Law

Introduction

What is APR?

APR stands for annual percentage rate and constitutes the yearly cost of credit expressed in terms of interest. APRs are important when considering a credit card application. APRs can range from six percent to as high as 30 percent or more, so you must be sure to make payments in a timely fashion or the creditors will raise the APR.



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