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By Brenda

Using Credit Card Introductory Offers Wisely

Oct 13 2017 Parent Category

The interest rates on your credit cards can be scary. If you’re only able to make minimum monthly payments, you can end up paying hundreds (or even thousands) extra just in interest fees alone. When you’re on a tight budget, this can really hurt. It …

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Worried About the Recent Equifax Breach? 5 Tips to Protect Yourself

Sep 30 2017 Parent Category

In early September, 2017, Equifax announced that they had experienced a data breach. The breach began in mid-May and went on for three months. They reported that the personal information of approximately 143 million people (about half of the United States …

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By Brenda

Tips for Paying Less Interest on Revolving Credit Card Payments

Sep 15 2017 Parent Category

Credit cards offer an enticing incentive. You buy something now and can pay it off over time. It can be even more tempting to make the minimum payments due, especially when your budget is on the tighter side. Carrying revolving credit card debt means that …

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By Brenda

What Rapid Rescoring Can and Cannot Do

Sep 09 2016 Parent Category

Rapid rescoring can help you improve your credit score within a very short amount of time, which in the case of a mortgage loan approval, could mean the difference between thousands of dollars with a lower interest rate. What is rapid rescoring and how will …

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By Brenda

6 Credit Myths You Should Ignore

Jun 24 2016 Parent Category

Credit cards are similar to any financial product in that they can stir a certain amount of anxiety in people. There are many rumors and myths about spending money on these cards that tends to make this anxiety and confusion even worse. However, worse than …

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4 Sneaky Credit Card Tricks and Traps to Avoid

May 13 2016 Parent Category

Credit cards can be an extremely helpful personal finance tool when used correctly and with self-control. However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be wary of their use. Credit card companies make a profit when you don’t pay your balance in …

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Drawbacks of Credit Card Cash Advances

May 06 2016 Parent Category

There are two kinds of credit card cash advances. The most common type occurs when you use your credit card as a debit card and withdrawal money from an ATM. This kind of cash advance usually has a cash credit limit and so will only compromise a certain …

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The Pros and Cons of a Credit Card Limit Increase

Jul 24 2015 Parent Category

Credit cards are a type of revolving account that can fluctuate in its spendable amount. Once your balance reaches a certain level, you are unable to make any more purchases on the card until a portion of the debt has been paid off. The amount on a credit …

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The Impact of Late Mortgage Payments on Credit

Jul 03 2015 Parent Category

For many US citizens, a home mortgage is the largest investment that they’ll ever make. Once payments start towards a mortgage, those payments will contribute to the homeowner’s credit score, and so on time payments can be a great way to enhance your …

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6 Ways to Spot Bad Credit Card Deals

Jun 19 2015 Parent Category

There are currently hundreds of credit card offers on the market. It is likely the case that you’ve been given credit card offers from your own bank on several occasions, as well as asked if you want to join store credit card programs from such places …

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