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Credit Companies And Higher Education: A Questionable Union

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If you have ever come across tons of credit card offers in your mailbox then you are absolutely aware of the fact that banks, credit unions and other lenders never relent in their efforts to get you signed up. Signing up requires giving these companies access to your personal details.Credit card ... Continue reading
Why Lenders Want Consumers To Open More Business Credit Card Accounts

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These days lenders are actively attempting to encourage small business owners to open up business lines of credit by offering a multitude of new credit card products, some of them linked to very generous reward incentive programs. A large part of the motivating factor is made clear by data that ... Continue reading
Should You Apply For A Business Credit Card Account?

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Business-branded credit cards can provide many benefits to you as a small business owner if used prudently and managed carefully. Here are some advantages:Keep Your Expenses SeparateIf you combine your personal and business transactions onto a single non-business credit card, you are running the ... Continue reading
More About Business Credit CardsBusiness, Credit Cards, CARD Act, Bank of America, American Express

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If you are a small business owner, you may have run into problems when it comes to financing. But you don’t have to face financing woes alone, try a business credit card. These cards are different from traditional unsecured credit cards and offer business owners extra perks, but recent legislation ... Continue reading
0% APR Cards Making a Comeback: More Beneficial For Consumers

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They couldn`t come back at a more perfect time. Zero percent APR credit card had disappeared from the market, to be replaced by 2.99% APR credit cards. These cards used to be profitable for banks when consumers didn`t pay off their debt in the allotted introductory time period. After that time ... Continue reading
Articles Tags: APR, Balance Transfers, CARD Act
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 ... Continue reading
Wells Fargo to Charge Debit Users a Monthly Fee

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Forget about just credit card fees, with the help of the Durbin-Dodd amendment, consumers should start getting used to debit card fees. Banks have lost billions of dollars nationwide with the passage of the CARD Act, and are looking at consumers to pay to cover the costs.Beginning this fall, Wells ... Continue reading
Articles Tags: CARD Act, Chase, Fees, Wells Fargo
Getting Ready For College, and Credit

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Everything else seems to get out of hand in college — your credit card debt is the last thing that you should be worried about. Yet, a credit card can prove helpful during college. It’s just that you have to be careful and monitor your accounts, money and credit. Whether you’re beginning college ... Continue reading
Articles Tags: CARD Act, Credit Score, Student
Things You Didn`t Know about the CARD Act

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By demanding clarity and transparency from creditcardissuers, the CreditCARDActof 2009 is providing the industry with much needed consumer-friendly legislation. The law puts new regulation on how banks deal with interest rate hikes, introductory offers, and delinquent payments. But some things that ... Continue reading
Articles Tags: Banks, CARD Act, Interest Rates
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