Posts Tagged - 'credit scores'

Choosing the Right Credit Counselor

November 1, 2012, by Jon Dell

Asking questions before choosing a credit counselor can make the difference in your financial future.

Avoiding Misinterpretations in Credit Card Offers

September 27, 2012, by Evita Page

Don’t take the bold lettering as the rule in credit card offers, the terms and conditions are where you find the real truth behind the great offers.

Credit Card Maintenance: 7 Things You Should Be Doing

September 4, 2012, by Evita Page

Here seven things you should be doing when it comes to your credit cards if your goal is raising credit scores and keeping your identity safe.

6 Tips For Handling Student Loan, Credit Card Debt

May 10, 2012, by Evita Page

It’s a tough reality for graduating college students as they’re leaving with both credit card debt and overwhelming student loans. Here are six things you can do right now to offset the burden.

Don’t Need a Credit Rating? Sure You Do

March 8, 2012, by Beth May

Think you have no need for a credit rating? Think again – your credit scores do far more than tell a creditor how responsible you are.

Is $400 Reasonable for Credit Card Annual Fee?

February 9, 2012, by Beth May

First Premier is offering a secured credit card offer than can easily cost consumers at least $400 a year. Here are other offers that are more in line with what consumers are looking for.

Your Guide to American Express Charge Cards

November 22, 2011, by Antonio Bard

American Express is the epitome of the traditional charge card. There are many reasons to have a charge card in your wallet. Here are a few of those reasons.

The Many Visa Credit Card Offers

November 17, 2011, by Evita Page

Have you checked out the numerous Visa credit card offers on the market today? There’s a Visa for everyone, including Visa secured credit cards and Visa co-branded credit card offers.