How Credit Cards Can Ruin Your Life
3 Ways Credit Cards Can Ruin Your Financial Life | HuffPost
For example, if you buy something for $500, there is a lot more to it than just $500.
First of all, if you can’t afford to pay it off at the end of the month, you must consider all the interest charges that will be tacked on to it.
Secondly, you must realize the potential cost of not having those $500 in your account next month. What a…More at http://huffingtonpost.com
3 Ways Credit Card Debt Can Ruin Your Life — The Motley Fool
Even though it’s pretty much the worst type of debt to accumulate, Americans have their fair share of credit card debt.
According to ValuePenguin, the average credit card debt among U.S. households is approximately $5,700…More at http://fool.com
Credit Cards Are Ruining Your Life And You Don’t Even Know It – Here’s How | The Unbounded Spirit
We’ve all received credit card offers in the mail. You know, the ones that announce on the envelope, “Congratulations! You’ve been preapproved for our new platinum card!”
Congratulations! Are you kidding me?
Credit Card Help: 8 things you must know about credit card debt – CreditCards.com
It is entirely possible to use credit cards regularly and stay out of debt forever. How? By only charging what you can afford to pay when the bill arrives.
Use credit cards as a payment tool, not as a revolving debt instrument. To make this method work you’ve got to track charges and cash flow…More at http://creditcards.com
How Major Life Events Can Ruin Your Credit – and How To Fight Back – TheStreet
The TransUnion report says Americans “of all ages are generally unprepared for life events from a credit perspective, because they don’t check their scores before or after the life event.”
Alarmingly, only 49% of U.S. adults check their credit score when hit with a major life…More at http://thestreet.com
Nobody Warned Me That Credit Cards Would Ruin My Life
Nobody warned me about credit card debt, either. That credit cards (as beneficial as they can be) are also the devil.
And I really wish they had. About one month after I graduated from high school, I started receiving offers in the mail from different banks that were willing to give me a Visa or a Master Card…More at http://baucemag.com
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