Posts Tagged - 'mastercard'

Rebuilding Credit with Secured Credit Cards

September 8, 2011, by Evita Page

It can be difficult to rebuild your credit, especially after you’ve worked years to keep a strong and impressive credit history intact. If you do run into trouble, a secured credit card might be the best route as you pick up the pieces.

Back to School Credit Cards for Students

August 11, 2011, by Beth May

It’s back to school time and for many parents, it’s time to find credit cards for students that will ensure their teens are making wise financial decisions. Here are a few suggestions.

Credit Cards and Responsible Credit Rebuilding

July 28, 2011, by Antonio Bard

A poor or fair credit score might not keep you from getting approved for an unsecured credit card. Check out these offers designed to rebuild credit histories.

Student Credit Cards

July 12, 2011, by CreditCardsLab

Prepaid student credit cards, ideal teaching tools for parents of teens and college students. Fees vary, but no interest rates or late payments.

Will Cash Crash?

July 7, 2011, by Evita Page

The U.S. Treasury is printing less money these days. Here are a few ideas on why carrying a prepaid debit card is a great alternative to cold, hard cash.

4 Great Prepaid Credit Cards for Teens

June 7, 2011, by Evita Page

Teaching your teen financial responsibility is one of the best gifts we can give our young people. Here are four prepaid credit cards to add to your arsenal.

4 Ways Technology is Changing Credit Cards

May 26, 2011, by Evita Page

There are huge technological advances on the horizon when it comes to your credit cards. Here are four of the most impressive ones.

The NetSpend Visa Prepaid Debit Card

May 24, 2011, by Beth May

Looking for a prepaid Visa that sets itself apart from others? Consider the NetSpend Visa prepaid debit card.