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Paying Off Credit Card Debt

12 May 2012

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Over recent years we have seen some of the world’s biggest economies crumble, resulting in thousands of people running up an increasing amount of debt, particularly on their credit cards. More and more people are finding themselves in a position where their debts are simply not manageable. Some people can barely afford to pay back […]

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Spending Wisely After Financial Ruin

15 April 2012

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Millions of Americans are finding themselves in credit card debt and their FICO scores are plunging. Some are already facing financial ruin. Much of the problem can be attributed to the fact that people simply don’t realize how much money they are charging on their credit cards. To compound the problem, late fees and over […]

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Personal vs. Business Credit Cards: The Similarities & Differences

21 February 2012

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Credit cards are confusing enough, then when you add in the “business” label to them, the confusion is magnified. What exactly makes a business credit card different from a personal credit card? Here’s a clear and straightforward explanation. The Requirements – Contrary to popular belief, you don’t actually need to be part of a corporation […]

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Airline Credit Cards: Why The Benefits Might Outweigh The Rewards

16 February 2012

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When it comes to travel credit cards, it’s easy to get caught up in how many miles (or points) you earn per dollar. Often times, that’s the deciding factor in why someone chooses one card over another. However the ironic thing is that your rewards program might only be the second most important thing to […]

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Take the Power Back: How to become an Empowered Credit Card User

24 January 2012

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Individuals own credit cards for a variety of reasons. Some enjoy the security afforded with instant access to emergency funds, some use them to finance large purchases and some use them as a short term financial solution in between paydays. All of which are perfectly legitimate and respectable reasons to own and use a credit […]

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Learn How Paying Your Monthly Bills with A Credit Card Can Sky Rocket Your Credit

23 December 2011

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A credit card is used in purchasing goods and services. A credit card is helpful in the sense that you don’t have to bring a lot of cash when you purchase. There are different credit card companies; they usually offer low interest rates for costumers to pay. This is a strategy to get more people […]

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Reducing Overhead Reduces Debt for Retirement

24 October 2011

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When you have spent your life working, budgeting, and scraping together every dime you can save, the last thing you want over your head during retirement is debt. Whether you are attempting to retire young, or want to work until the golden years to save more for your retirement, facing debt early can secure your […]

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Credit Card Fees That You Can and Should Avoid

18 October 2011

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With the plethora of credit card commercials on television and the unsolicited offers you receive in the mail, it can be difficult knowing if you’re getting a good deal. Don’t get duped when you choose a credit card. Read this list of credit card fees that you should never pay and read the fine print […]

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5 Major Benefits of New Credit Card Law

16 September 2011

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What has the credit card act of 2009 done so far? In the eyes of many, it has provided a number of benefits. The relationship between consumers and the credit card companies has been a love/hate relationship. Through the ability to borrow petty cash via a credit card account, many that lacked liquid cash to […]

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