Teaching Your Child About Credit

By Eliza Daglish on May 10, 2015 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on Teaching Your Child About Credit

If you have children, there are lots of things you need to teach them: how to get along with others, how to cross the street safely, and how to maintain a good credit score.

Easy Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

By Stephen Fisherton on April 26, 2015 | Credit Score | Comments Off on Easy Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Having a good credit score is vital to your financial health. Not only does it affect whether or not you’ll be approved for the credit card, mortgage, apartment, and maybe even job you want, it determines your interest rate whenever you secure a loan.

Balance Transfer Your Way to Zero Debt

By ccflyers on March 29, 2015 | Debt Consolidation | Comments Off on Balance Transfer Your Way to Zero Debt

When you’re trying to get out of debt, opening up a new credit card account might feel counterintuitive.

What To Do If Your Credit Card Is Rejected

By Eliza Daglish on March 1, 2015 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on What To Do If Your Credit Card Is Rejected

It’s a situation no one wants to be in: you’re at the register paying for your purchase, and the salesperson hands you back your credit card telling you it’s been declined.

When Financial Windfalls Arrive: Should I Pay Off My Credit Card Debt?

Credit card debt is undesirable and indicative of improper spending habits. Before you pay off all of your debt in a lump sum, consider these issues and be sure to address the underlying problems.

Questions to Ponder Before You Obtain a Store Credit Card

By ccflyers on October 8, 2013 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on Questions to Ponder Before You Obtain a Store Credit Card

As the economy recovers and the holiday season approaches, an increased number of people begin to consider and apply for a variety of new credit cards. Whether it is to handle some extra holiday spending […]

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