Credit Cards

  • What Do the Changes to Credit Cards in 2011 Mean?

    You may be staring at the various changes to credit cards in 2011 and wonder how this affects you. Primarily, the changes benefit you, but you have to know about and understand the new laws in order to use them to your advantage.
    By Kristie Lorette April 8, 2011 

  • How Much of My Credit Card Should I Pay?

    A credit card balance that remains unpaid is a cause for concern. Settling only the minimum payment helps to keep your account current. However, it does not ensure financial security. How much should you pay to reduce your credit card balance? Read...
    By Kantha Wijeratne April 5, 2011 

  • How Credit Cards Can Improve Your Credit

    The mismanagement of credit cards has lead to many people having less than ideal credit. However, a properly managed credit card can actually improve a person's credit. Find out which are the best credit cards to improve credit rating, and what other...
    By ShawnTe March 18, 2011 


  • How Do Prepaid Phone Cards Work - Can They Be Used Anywhere?

    How do prepaid phone cards work? Fortunately, phone cards are easy to use, but don't get surprised by their hidden fees.
    By spacegrrrl2012 March 15, 2011 

  • How is the Minimum Payment Determined on a Credit Card?

    Looking to pay off your credit card debt before the end of the century? Then you need to understand your credit card minimum payment. Understanding how minimum payments affect the total interest you pay can help you keep your account in good standing...
    By Dorothy Bland March 8, 2011 

  • Five Things You Can Do to Raise Your Credit Score

    Raising your credit score takes time and responsible borrowing behavior. However, there are some surefire ways to raise your credit score if you have the patience and discipline to manage your money wisely. Here are five things you can do to raise your...
    By AlexisW March 4, 2011 


  • General Principles Of Credit Cards

    Credit card is one of the multiple financial improvements introduced in the modern age, advantages of which are being obtained by the issuer, the holder and the merchants.
    By johnsinit January 25, 2011 

  • Learn Ways to Reduce Credit Card Debt Without Home Equity

    If you have credit card debt and a home, you don't have to use the valuable equity in your home to pay off credit cards. This article will show you how to reduce credit card debt without home equity by developing a plan to reduce the debt and pay...
    By Allyson Heath December 30, 2010 

  • Settling Credit Card Debt Fast

    An unpaid credit card balance affects your financial security. It costs you in terms of extra interest and adversely impacts your credit record. The first step in eliminating credit card debt is to commit to a plan to settle it. This useful information...
    By Kantha Wijeratne December 28, 2010 

  • How to Pay More Than the Minimum Payment on Your Credit Cards

    Are you tempted to only pay the minimum amount on your credit cards every month? Do you feel like you can't afford to pay more than that? Well, you might be paying a very high cost to do so. Read on to find out exactly how much minimum payments...
    By Karen Worthy December 13, 2010 
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