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Unusual Alternative Uses for Credit Cards

It’s pretty easy to understand why people get a credit card in the first place. Usually it’s for the simple reason that they want to obtain the benefit of rewards that the card offers. It could also be as simple … Continue reading

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5 Simple Ways To Save Money

Debt and bankruptcy have the effect of doing a great job of teaching one about financial discipline. I’m not the greatest student, but that fact hasn’t discouraged my teachers. They have never given up on me. Whenever I thought my … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Reduce Credit Card Debt and Control Spending

By Jason Larkins Owning credit cards is a good way to build a credit history and enjoy convenient payment options. However, this convenience comes with some risks. It’s often tempting to whip out these cards on a whim when something … Continue reading

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Is There Such A Thing As Bad Debt?

By Steven Lee The word ‘debt’ is enough to make some people quiver with fear, but is it really that bad? After all debt has been around for thousands of years because people have always wanted or needed things they … Continue reading

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US Credit Card Usage vs The Rest of the World

By Michael Edmondstone It’s no secret that we Americans have a passion for plastic. Efficient and convenient, we use our cards for everything from paying our rent to buying that $2 cup of joe on the way to work. And … Continue reading

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