If you are considering getting a line of credit, it is important to remember that there are three kinds of lines of credit and the way in which they may be paid off differs. Weighing your options will help you get the line of credit that best suits your needs.If you take out a signature line of credit, most likely your payments will be calculated according to a percentage of what you owe at present. The most common percentage rate is about two or two and a half percent or what you owe.For example, if last month you purchased a new computer for $1000, you will have two choices when you receive your monthly statement. You may pay the least amount of money allowed or any sum of money that is larger than the stipulated minimum fee.How is such a minimum fee determined? It is calculated according to a percentage of what is currently owed. For example, in the previous paragraph we gave the example of a $1000 computer. 2% of the remaining balance is $20, making that the minimum fee. However, caution should be exercised due to the fact that if you merely make the minimum payment every month, you are practically just paying interest and it could be a long time before you resolve the debt.For that reason it is always a good idea to pay as much as you can each month.Let’s imagine that on your new computer you decide to pay $200 right off the bat. This decreases your remaining debt to $800. You’ve already learned that the percentage of interest you pay is calculated according to this figure. Since no one wants to pay more interest than is absolutely necessary, it is always recommended that you pay as much as you possibly can on a monthly basis without putting your normal way of life in jeopardy.A different way of paying off your debt that some lines of credit offer is referred to as an interest only option. This is calculated depending on the amount you owe, the interest rate agreed upon, and the length of time in the billing cycle.It is important to carefully weigh your options so as to be able to pay your monthly invoices without problems.