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How To Understand Your Apr

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APR stands for “annual percentage rate.” That itself is a figure which your credit card issuer uses to calculate the cost of your credit. It’s a yearly payment; lenders are dictated by law to disclose it to their customers upon signing up for the card. That was put forth in 1960 by the “Truth in […] Continue reading

9 Things You Didn`t Know Your Credit Card Offered

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A lot of consumers are on the hunt for the best rewards credit card, but little do they know that your standard credit card has some rewards that you might not even knew existed. Here are a few of the things you probably didn`t know that your credit card can do for you.Return Protection. If a […] Continue reading

Clean Out Your Wallet By Closing Idle Credit Card Accounts

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Getting rid of credit card accounts that have lain dormant for a while can be a wise thing. Not only will it help you keep better track of your personal finances, but it can also save you money by helping you avoid having to pay needless fees. Eliminating excess credit card accounts can also go […] Continue reading

Credit Card Protection Insurance

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Credit card protection insurance may be offered by your credit card issuer under a handful of different names. You might have heard of ‘Credit Shield,’ ‘Payment Protection,’ and ‘Credit Safeguard’ – they`re all just credit card protection.Now, what is credit card protection? Credit card protection is… Continue reading

Minimize Debt in a Year

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Add ‘Debt’ To Your List. Debt is something that we would like to avoid and alleviate as much as possible. When using a credit card it can be easy to rack up debt fast due to overspending and bad budgeting. When a credit card is used incorrectly, excess debt is most certainly the final outcome. […] Continue reading

The Pros and Cons of Payday Loans

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Payday loans provide opportunities for people to get their hands on some cash quick should they find themselves in a pinch. However, despite the fact that some online payday loan websites offer better rates than physical payday loan outposts and borrowing via the internet makes it easy to compare rates… Continue reading

Consumers Seeing the Light at the End of the Debt Tunnel

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After five years of borrowing and spending, and holding their heads above the tumultuous waters of the Debt Sea – millions of American consumers are finally seeing some relief. Since 2008, the overall household debt, including mortgages, car loans, student loans, and credit cards decreased by over $1… Continue reading

How to spot a good low APR card

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A good low APR credit card is like a diamond in the rough — you spend a lot of time searching for it, but once you find it, you treasure it forever. For many cards that boast low APR, reality sets in once the probationary period fades. Credit cards offer misleading introductory offers and teaser […] Continue reading

Banks Temporarily Waive Fees for Irene Victims

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JP Morgan Chase & Co., America`s second largest bank, is leading the way and in an act of financial kindness, JP Morgan Chase & Co. decided to waive some of its late fee for customers who were affected by Hurricane Irene this past weekend. According to banks spokesman, Thomas Kelley, the bank sent an… Continue reading

How To Deal With New Bank Costs

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With the passage of the CARD Act of 2009, banks are expected to lose $20 billion of dollars nationwide, according to the Nilson Report. With revenue losses so extreme, the banks and credit card issuers are beginning to implement new ways to charge to consumer to build up revenue. Banks across the nation have… Continue reading

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