Credit Cards & Debt


How a Balance Transfer Credit Card Can Help You

Most people are keen to save money wherever they can at the moment and the more sensible among us will also be looking to get our finances in order. If either of these is the case, […]


Credit Score Scale: What is Your Rating?

Do you know your credit score? If not, here is a good list of ways to check your credit scores for free. I signed up for a few of these free accounts and got my scores. […]

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How to Fix Bad Credit and Improve Your Credit Score

If your credit score is below 620, you know how tough it is to get a loan or a credit card with reasonable terms — that is…if you can even get them in the first place. […]

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4 Easy Debt Reduction Strategies – Explained

While you can inch your way out of debt by making minimum payments over the next 50 years, I’m going to guess you’re looking for debt reduction strategies that will work more quickly than that! Well, […]

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4 Ways to Get Initial Credit

Getting credit, especially intial credit, is tough. Coming from a household that never really talked about money and how to manage it, I certainly didn’t know how I could get credit when I first started out […]


6 Steps to Deal with an Identity Theft Crisis

It’s a uniquely modern horror. You apply for a car loan or a new credit card and are denied, but you know that your credit score is excellent. It doesn’t take long to find out what […]


Are Reward Credit Cards with an Annual Fee Worth It?

When used responsibly, a credit card can be a great tool. The right rewards program can provide you with free stuff, discounted travel and even cash back. When you use a good rewards program, you end […]


5 Tips to Get Out of Debt Fast

Getting out of debt might seem like a simple concept, but it can take years of hard work and dedication to be debt free. If you want to get your finances back on track, you have […]


Should You Co-Sign a Loan? And 4 Reasons Not To

It’s one of the most awkward conversations in modern life. A friend or relative asks you to co-sign a loan for a new car or a house — with the promise that of course they’re good […]

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