Weaver Curran

  • Do not sign up for a credit card because you see it as a way to fit in or as a status symbol. While it may seem like fun to be able to pull it out and pay for things when you have no money, you will regret it, when it is time to pay the credit card company back.

    If you find that you have spent more on your credit cards than you can repay,…[Read more]

  • Do not sign up for a credit card because you see it as a way to fit in or as a status symbol. While it may seem like fun to be able to pull it out and pay for things when you have no money, you will regret it, when it is time to pay the credit card company back.

    If you find that you have spent more on your credit cards than you can repay,…[Read more]

  • If you’re like many Americans, you’ve developed a bad habit of whipping out your credit card to pay for purchases and figuring out how to pay the bill later. This is not the right way to use credit. The good news is that with a little education, you can change the way you use your credit cards. Read on to find out what to do.

    Always pay…[Read more]

  • Never close a credit account until you understand how it affects your credit history. Often, closing out a credit card accounts will adversely effect your credit rating. Also, keep open all the accounts that make up most of your history.

    When you are getting your first credit card, or any card for that matter, make sure you pay close…[Read more]

  • When you are looking over all of the rate and fee information for your credit card make sure that you know which ones are permanent and which ones may be part of a promotion. You do not want to make the mistake of going for a card with very low rates and then they balloon shortly after.

    Do not make purchases with your credit card for things…[Read more]

  • Credit cards can be very frustrating for many people. Just like most things, it’s easier to deal with credit cards if you have good advice. The article below discusses some of the best ways to use credit responsibly.

    When you are unable to pay off one of your credit cards, then the best policy is to contact the credit card company. Letting…[Read more]

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