Interest Rates and Mortgage Rate

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Fixed Rate Credit Card  
  
A variety of prime rate credit cards are available to the Christian seeking the best value in the credit industry. Information on these as well as a fixed rate credit card or one with a variable rate is not difficult to obtain, considering the abundant advertising visible on the Internet alone. What is the difference between the various types of cards? Who decides the interest rates charged? How can a person decide which account is right for his or her particular situation? These are some questions this article will seek to address.
  
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