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  1. How to Be Debt Free

    Becoming debt free might seem like it’s an impossible task in this day and age.  With so many people up to their eyeballs in credit card debt, many folks have found themselves in quite a hole since the economic downturn....
  2. Top Debt Negotiation Tactics That Work

    Trying to get out of debt requires a number of different methods.  For instance, you might want to take on a part-time job, increase your hours at work, follow a monthly budget and cut out any unnecessary spending.  These are...
  3. When to Use Credit Card Online Shopping Malls

    Credit card issuers love to provide incentives for cardholders to spend more money. One of the more popular ways that they are doing this is with online shopping malls. These e-commerce portals feature goods and services that can be purchased...
  4. 10 Mistakes of a Credit Card Junkie

    Like many people in their early 20s, Beverly Harzog easily got into debt after graduating from college. Harzog, however, didn’t become an indebted credit card junkie with the excuse that many young people have — a low income. She graduated...
  5. Are Hotel Credit Cards Still Worthwhile?

    Most travel rewards credit cards are issued by the airlines and hotels. Yet for some time now, the airlines have made it extremely difficult to redeem their miles for award tickets at the lowest mileage levels, while hotel credit cards...

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