How to Build Your Credit – Even If You Don’t Have a Credit Card

By Eliza Daglish on August 29, 2013 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on How to Build Your Credit – Even If You Don’t Have a Credit Card

All too many people suffer from low or no credit and feel there is no way to rectify the situation. We will discuss three ways that you can improve credit without access to a credit card.

A Consumer’s Guide to Unwanted Credit Card Charges

By Eliza Daglish on August 19, 2013 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on A Consumer’s Guide to Unwanted Credit Card Charges

Gray charges take $15 billion out of consumers’ pockets each year. Are you a victim of these charges? We’ll discuss what they are, how to resolve them and how to prevent them from recurring.

Which Type of Credit Card Rewards Program Is Best?

By Leni Parrish on August 14, 2013 | Rewards Credit Cards | Comments Off on Which Type of Credit Card Rewards Program Is Best?

With every credit card coming with its own rewards, it can be hard to know which the best option for you is. This article takes a closer look at cashback, reward points and air miles.

Must-Know Tips for First-Time Credit Card Owners

By Leni Parrish on August 6, 2013 | Choosing Credit Cards | Comments Off on Must-Know Tips for First-Time Credit Card Owners

First-time credit card owners can get into a world of trouble if they are not prepared. We will discuss some tips that any potential card owner should consider beforehand.

Four Things to Look For In an Emergency Credit Card

By Stephen Fisherton on July 27, 2013 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on Four Things to Look For In an Emergency Credit Card

Everyone should be prepared for the inevitable and unexpected emergency. A credit card is a good way to be prepared, but what traits make a good emergency card? We’ll discuss them in this article.

Why an Emergency Fund Is Superior to a Credit Card

By Stephen Fisherton on July 24, 2013 | Credit Card Tips | Comments Off on Why an Emergency Fund Is Superior to a Credit Card

Many people think credit cards are a great way to handle emergencies, but the truth is that an emergency fund is far superior to credit cards in every aspect.

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