Boosting Your Credit Score – Four Simple Ways to Get On Track

By Eliza Daglish on May 3, 2013 | Credit Card General, Credit Score | Comments Off on Boosting Your Credit Score – Four Simple Ways to Get On Track

Improving your credit score can be done through patience, awareness of what impacts the score and through negotiation. By following these tips, you can lay the groundwork for better credit.

Looking for A New Credit Card? Don’t Do Anything Stupid

By Stephen Fisherton on April 30, 2013 | Choosing Credit Cards | Comments Off on Looking for A New Credit Card? Don’t Do Anything Stupid

Whether you are looking for your first credit card or already have several, it is important to avoid making three critical mistakes that many potential and current card holders make all the time.

Take These Steps Before Traveling Overseas with Your Credit Cards

By Leni Parrish on April 27, 2013 | Traveling with Credit Cards | Comments Off on Take These Steps Before Traveling Overseas with Your Credit Cards

In order to be secure, informed and without inconvenience, it is vital to alert your bank to any travel plans, check for added charges for foreign purchases, and have backup payment options on-hand.

The Most Overlooked Credit Card Benefits and Perks

By Eliza Daglish on April 23, 2013 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on The Most Overlooked Credit Card Benefits and Perks

Most people fail to learn about the bonuses and perks that come with their credit cards. If you travel often or find yourself in situations where there could be liability, your card may protect you.

Be Informed – Credit Card Issuers Can Close Your Accounts For No Reason

Credit card companies are free to cancel your card or revise your limit at any time – without notice. Make sure you keep a second card on hand and are aware of the main reasons why this happens.

Should I Pay My Taxes With a Credit Card?

By Leni Parrish on April 11, 2013 | Using Credit Cards | Comments Off on Should I Pay My Taxes With a Credit Card?

With the IRS filing deadline around the corner, many Americans are asking whether paying their tax liability with a credit card is smart. The answer is complex, and depends on your situation.

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