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Credit Card Needs, Pushes Consumers to Maintain their Accounts

Credit Card Needs, Pushes Consumers to Maintain their Accounts
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Financial analysts argue that consumers pay for more than they are led to believe.Prices of basic necessities are also higher,yet these are important purchases to be made.

Because of these reasons, the analysts believe, thereare also a good number of account owners who choose to maintain their credit cards.

For other individuals, growing needs and increasing costs of living offer them more reasons to open credit card accounts. Previously, financial analysts and even credit card companies themselves made admissions that account owners who shunned their credit cards did so because of growing concerns about fees and interest rates being increased so rapidly which had disenfranchised credit cardholders.

Recently, however, the financial analysts emphasized on a market that chose to maintain their credit card accounts despite the changes affecting them. Because of this, the analysts restated that there is not an “easy option” of shunning one`s credit card all the time, especially in the face of growing and more compelling needs for it. Those who choose to maintain their accounts are responsible and know that they can handle finances well, if given proper planning and information.

Analysts offer the insight that, those who chose not to do anything despite the changes in fees charged to their accounts, are the people who probably need the credit cards, and the good creditscores. These cardholders are the ones whom plan to qualify for mortgages andor car loans in the future.

There however is a strong possibility that after the mortgage and car loans, the cardholders may finally close their accounts. The analysts also stresses thatthe same people still had enough incentive to go on with their credit histories, positively dealing with the rates rising no matter how abrupt and how short their notices were.Those who consider doing away with their credit cards, still have an option through balance transfer,though it may be difficult to find a bank that offers low fees and interest rates, given the similar conditions the industry faces.One can, however, optto rebuild credit histories and acquire good credit scores again in banks where you are given the competitive advantage.

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