Posts Tagged ‘credit card’

How can you Get Rid of Your Debt with These Debt Defying Strategies

By • Jun 22nd, 2012 • Category: Debt

Considering the financial situation that the world is in, most of us are experiencing a hard time with our financial life. Many of us are actually in debt and struggling with it. However, not all is lost. You can get rid of that nasty debt of yours through many ways. Get rid of your debt [...]

Budget Your Finances

By • May 30th, 2012 • Category: Budget

With inflation rising and wages/salaries static (or even being cut), it is difficult to make your budget stretch to cover all your expenses. So here is some relevant help! How to Budget Your Finances by Themis Smirneos Secure Your Financial Future by Budgeting Wisely Anyone who wants to find financial stability and take control of [...]

Advice On Debt & Credit Advice

By • Apr 18th, 2012 • Category: Debt

Debt is fast becoming a problem in the United Kingdom – if not the world and with an average household debt standing at nearly £55,000, we’re sure you can see why. Debt is a very sensitive subject – let’s face it, no one likes to talk about the subject, especially if you are experiencing financial [...]

Fixing Your Credit Score

By • Mar 28th, 2012 • Category: Credit

It used to be the case that most people had never heard of their credit score, much less knowing precisely what it was and keeping an eye on it every month. Nowadays however, that credit scoring system has become ever more important in the way people’s finances are judged and evaluated and millions of people [...]

Surprising Things that Can Damage your Credit

By • Mar 4th, 2012 • Category: Credit, Miscellaneous

Most consumers know the importance of keeping their credit score as high as they possibly can so that they can avail of loans and credit at low interest rates and good payment terms. This is the reason why people do not keep their credit card bills pending and avoid things such as tax liens and [...]

Pro’s and Con’s of Balance Transfers

By • Feb 18th, 2012 • Category: Credit Cards

A balance transfer occurs when you use one credit card to pay for the debt on another card and receive a lower APR rate. Balance transfer credit cards are designed with the idea that you will transfer the debt to the new card, which usually has a low introductory interest rate, and then keep paying [...]

Find Out About Help With Debt

By • Feb 16th, 2012 • Category: Debt Consolidation

Credit cards are one of the most popular methods of borrowing money in the UK today. The chances are, if you are reading this article, then you have had a credit card and probably more than one. Maybe you are currently in the process of juggling paying one credit card off with another credit card, [...]

How to Protect Yourself When Shopping Online

By • Feb 11th, 2012 • Category: Family

Americans spend billions of dollars every year by shopping online. Shopping online requires that you type in your credit card information or use a service like PayPal which connects to your bank account. That’s some pretty serious stuff, and it’s incredibly important to make sure you safeguard yourself, your credit, and your cash. While most [...]

Staying Debt Free: Avoid a Relapse

By • Nov 23rd, 2011 • Category: Debt

Staying Debt Free Getting out of debt is such a relief that, no matter how you achieve it, it’s likely to generate a feeling of euphoria. Being released from the shackles that debt places on you is fantastic, however, staying debt free and ensuring you don’t relapse back into the red, it’s important to see [...]

What to complete If Your Credit Card Was Stolen

By • Nov 16th, 2011 • Category: Credit Cards

Your credit card can be really beneficial in having to pay for items which you need without acquiring cash on hand. It is a sort of loan, in which you’ll must repay your debt every single month. You can charge for that items and deal with the payment later on when your bill arrives. Even [...]