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Everyone wants to save more with a minimal investment! The same thought process runs when people have to travel.
Every time that you swipe that credit card, the bank is loaning you money. Money, of course that you have. Wait… you don’t have the money?
Even with bad credit or with a low credit score, it is still possible for people to obtain credit cards.
While many people don’t notice it, a good credit score is very significant to anyone’s financial life. Contrary to common belief that you will only need a good credit score when requesting for a bank loan, these days credit scores are considered in many other financial situations…
Credit cards are accepted almost everywhere from the grocery store to online retailers. It may also be possible to use credit cards to pay your fantasy football dues or your electric bill.
When it’s all said and done, it’s always best to explore card options before you go ahead with any particular card. Banks offer a wide variety, and even offer fee waivers during promotions. Many websites help compare cards, so use these to understand which card offers a better deal…
There are different ways that you can go about repairing your credit. Some of them may offer an “easy” way out, but you’ll have to pay the price-in money.
It is important to remember that you are the only person who can see your credit report. However, creditors can access it once you give permission so that they can check your rating and payback history.
When you are applying for a loan, the provider will usually check your credit portfolio, which enables them to see any loans you have had previously and your history of paying back that money.
Recent election and now a new President elect. What does that mean when we are deeply in debt? Many economists predict that with the money being printed out of Washington (from additional stimulus actions) that inflationary spikes are bound to happen.
Over the past several months you may have noticed that the number of credit card offers peppering your mailbox has dropped. That is because credit card companies have tightened their lending restrictions and in some cases, they are axing customers.