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Is There An Added Benefit To Having a Super High Credit Score?

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Immediately following the American financial crisis, many credit card issuers terminated accounts and reduced spending limits. As a result, some credit-conscious consumers set their sights upon the highest FICO score attainable – upwards of 800. However, experts say that this top-tier credit has little… Continue reading

How to Dig Yourself Out of a Debt Hole

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You may find yourself wallowing in credit card debt these days for a myriad of different reasons. Whatever the cause of your current personal financial crisis, the sooner you formulate a plan of how to attack it, the easier you will breathe. Here are some tips on how to go about getting things under control:… Continue reading

Easy Financial Resolutions To Keep In The New Year

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The time has come to start thinking about resolutions to make for 2012. Aside from studying more, getting better grades and skipping fewer early morning lectures, college students should give some serious thought to adding a few personal finance-related resolutions to the list. Yes, this means you! Why?… Continue reading

How to Go About Rebuilding Credit Post-bankruptcy

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Approximately one-and-a-half million Americans declared bankruptcy in the year 2010, and for every single one of them filing was likely a tough decision. Surviving bankruptcy may seem like a grim prospect, but as long as you keep your finances on track afterwards, the more time that passes means the less… Continue reading

Credit Card Tips To Keep In Mind This Holiday Season – And Beyond

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The weeks leading into the holidays are busy ones, especially for college students. There are final exams to be taken, travel arrangements to be made and tons of presents to be bought for family and friends. When you finally have some free time to do a little shopping, it may be tempting to go over… Continue reading

Do you Hide Your Credit Card Statements From Your Spouse?

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We all have our secrets. But is your credit card one of them? If your married, you may find yourself hiding credit card statements to hide how much of your money or their money that you have actually spent. A new survey by MoneySupermarket.com found that 11% of married people kept their spouse away from… Continue reading

How To Go About Establishing A Credit History

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People with no credit history or what the industry considers to be “thin” credit history will likely find it difficult to obtain a loan, mortgage or even something as seemingly simple as a credit card account. Lack of credit even has the potential to render them undesirable candidates for certain jobs that… Continue reading

How to Discuss Extreme Debt With a Loved One

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It’s frustrating to witness a loved one struggle, especially when it comes to managing their finances. If you have a relative or close friend who seems to be hopelessly in credit card debt you may be wondering how you can help short of hitting the lottery and paying off what they owe. Sometimes a simple… Continue reading

How to get an apartment with bad credit

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Did you attend an expensive university and had to take out a student loans to pay a tuition? And today, because of the rocky economy, you have not been able to find a job, to pay back your debt? Or maybe you’ve suffered an unexpected illness and raked up thousands of dollars in hospital and […] Continue reading

Credit in the Doghouse? You`re Not Alone.

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Since 2008, many consumers have found themselves in a bind when it comes to getting credit, and then once they get the credit, they find it hard to pay off their balances. In 2010 alone, credit card issuers had to charge off 11 percent of bank accounts. A charge off occurs when a consumer is […] Continue reading

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