Having two credit cards can help you build credit faster, but it depends on how you use them.
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- Home insurance
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Sara Coleman is a freelance writer, primarily in the personal finance and lifestyle spaces. She calls Augusta, Georgia home where she lives with her husband, three children, and two dogs. Sara enjoys sharing valuable tips with readers, whether it’s using credit card rewards to fund an exciting trip or how to save money with insurance premiums.
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