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Know thy Credit Rules

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Think before you charge it, as there are financial repercussions for every mistake you make with your credit card. Here are some things that you just shouldn`t do when it you sign up for a new card.Don`t forget to ask.If you call up the credit card issuer they can actually help you or offer you […] Continue reading

College Students More Susceptible to Fraud

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It’s a proud time when a student goes away to college. Their mind will be opened up to new ideas, they will experience new things, and they will more than likely find themselves in debt. Because college is the first time that many students have the opportunity to live on their own, there isn’t too […] Continue reading

Turn Bad Credit into Good Credit

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If you have bad credit, you may be still trying to fix it. It’s a long process fixing bad credit. The credit card companies don’t want to hear from you and you’re still fighting to pay them the money you owe them. In 2010, 11 percent of credit card accounts had been so default that […] Continue reading

Do You Use Your Credit Card Secretly?

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A new survey by MoneySupermarket.com revealed that 10% of consumers keep their credit card a secret from their partner or significant other. Another 11% reported that they didn`t keep the credit card a secret, but said that they kept their credit card statements intentionally away from their significant… Continue reading

Do You Know How Much You Owe?

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Reality is not all that Americans are out of touch with. A survey by the Federal Reserve revealed that more than a third of American households don’t accurately report their credit card debt. On average, the typical consumer is about $2,000 short on reporting their debt. The data further revealed that only… Continue reading

Kids & Credit Cards

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If older adults can’t figure out how to use credit cards properly, then children have a long way to go. Children absorb knowledge well, so by keeping a couple tips in mind, children can advance their finances and credit card knowledge to a level that surpasses adults. Since children don’t get this type of… Continue reading

How to Get a Sense of Your Credit Score

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Lenders and creditors look at people’s credit scores in order to get an idea of their “creditworthiness”, and the ability to repay, which refers to a borrower’s likeliness to behave in a financially responsible manner such as making payments on time and not letting their accounts get delinquent. While a… Continue reading

What To Know About Job-Related Credit Checks

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It’s very common nowadays for an employer to check out credit reports, with the credit card and on any potential employees. Of course, they cannot do this without letting their potential employee know about it before (due to government regulation). Why Why does an employer need one, in the first place? This… Continue reading

Loan Repayments After College

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Like everything else, student loan debt is on the rise. In fact, student loan debt increased 10 percent each year from 2000- 2010. This is in part to rising tuition and living costs, and students` general lack of knowledge when it comes to finance and money matters.Currently, our students face a sad fate…. Continue reading

How To Get An Auto Loan Without Credit History

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Taking out a loan for your car will be one of the biggest expenses of your life, no doubt. Cars are not cheap investments, by any means! Typically, if you are without credit history, you are starting out in your adult life, as most college students or young people are often in this predicament. Once… Continue reading

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