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A Brief History of the Credit Card

A Brief History of the Credit Card

Did you know over 10,000 credit card transactions take place every second? Though it seems like just about everyone owns at least one credit card today (it’s actually estimated that the average American owns around three credit cards), it wasn’t that long ago when... read more

How the DARK SIDE Controls your Credit Card Destiny

No matter how strong the Force may be, it’s still easy to fall prey to the nefarious habits of bad credit card usage. Instead of going over to the dark side, become a credit Jedi master by learning how credit cards work. That way, you can guard yourself from the... read more

Ten Things You Should Never, Ever Charge on Your Credit Card

Want to know the single most surefire trick to help you save money and stay on top of your finances? The key to managing your credit is picking where and when to use your credit cards. Some credit experts recommend limiting your purchases to only expenses that you can... read more

Having Trouble Keeping Up with Your Multiple Credit Cards? Learn Which Ones to Pay off First

Did you know that the average American household has at least 15,000 in credit card debt? Because most Americans own more than one credit card, keeping tabs on them all can be difficult. There are plenty of legitimate reasons why people may face high credit card... read more

How to Prevent Credit Card Fraud

Did you know that 10 percent of Americans say they’ve been victims of credit card fraud? Though you can’t always prevent fraud from happening, there are ways to better protect yourself. Here are a few tips to help prevent credit card fraud and steps to take... read more

Understanding Debt Merit and Money Value to Solve Credit Blunders

Everybody starts out small, and with the help of careful planning and sheer determination, reach the skies, while obtaining a solid financial markup. However, financial planning is a wavering process and to maintain a stable base, it is important that people should... read more

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