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Will the New Credit Card Rules Benefit Students?

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The new credit card rules that President Barack Obama came up with are supposed to eradicate many ill effects of credit cards that earlier created nuances in the life of debtors. But the question is whether the new credit card information will be fruitful enough for those who are in college or below 21years old? […]

This Week in Personal Finance – January 15, 2010

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Today’s the big day! We are finally closing on our new house. We started the building process back in August of ’09, moved into the inlaws basement and recently have been frantically trying to get a bunch of little things done so we can keep our closing date. We locked in our rate back in […]

What is The Real Cost to Skipping Your Credit Card Payments?

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Times are tough! Income is down, expenses are up and cash flow is tight. It’s very tempting to skip out on a debt payment or a credit card bill to help free up the cash flow a bit, but are you sure you realize the impact that decision will have on your credit score? The Spend […]

Credit Card Rewards Duel: Knight Rewards vs Challenger Avoid

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It is an epic battle, one waged since the dawn of time…well not quite that long, but the battle between credit card rewards and credit card debt is one which polarizes people the world over. But today we end it with a duel – en guard! The Strengths of Knight Reward Knight Reward is often accused […]

9 Habits Of The Debt-Free Credit Card User

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  It’s one of life’s great conundrums: how exactly does the average credit card user stay debt free? Surely the two are mutually exclusive, and therefore the stuff of fairy tales. Yet, while most credit card users find it nigh on impossible to clear their debts, there are a handful of very organized spenders who […]

How to Save (Potentially) Thousands by Spending $3.99

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If you like what you read, consider staying current with Redeeming Riches by receiving my posts FREE through email or RSS Feeds here.  Also, follow me on Twitter here. You gotta spend money to make money! Every hear those words before?  Typically they’re said by a business owner or a company that spends money trying to grow the […]

The ABC’s of Credit Scores – 5 Tips to Improve Your Mark

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Fix Your Credit Score By Applying These Tips! With credit playing “hard to get” during this most recent economic downturn and lenders raising their standards for doling out cash, it’s more important than ever to boost your odds of getting a loan with a good credit score.   Here are five tips to help fix your credit score and give you a greater […]

5 Mistakes People Make With Their Credit Cards

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Your debt may be costing you more than you realize especially if you are making these 5 mistakes. Paying off your debt is a battle you can win by bypassing these blunders:

6 Steps to Paying Off Your Credit Card Debt

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Practical Advice to Pay Off Credit Card Debt According to creditcards.com, the average American household credit card debt is surveyed to be at $8,329. Even if you are not one of the average ones you probably know the devastating affects debt can have on you and your family. If you are burdened by credit card […]