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CREDIT OF $1000, 18% INTEREST, PAYING $25 A MONTH, WHAT WILL BE THE BALANCE, AND HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO PAY OFF

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  1. Credit of $1000 -- ?

    If you have a credit, you have no debt. What would you be paying off?

    And please, release the Caps Lock control. Typing in all-caps is considered SHOUTING online.

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