Balance Transfer Plans Fall 2014

In my last post I updated our credit card debt and also mentioned that I plan on doing some balance transfers as soon as possible.

Here is where we are at regarding our credit card debt:

Chase I (Formerly AMEX) is now $5724 (Currently 0% interest – promotion ends 12-14) Chase II is [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Should Students Get a Credit Card for University?

Kevin Watts Graduating from Debt

Today I have a guest post from Kevin Watts who writes at Graduating from Debt. Kevin graduated from college with $12,000 in student loans and has a strong desire to get rid of his debt.  Let’s see what he to say about students getting a credit card for college.

So, you are starting a [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Your Credit Score Can Affect More Than Just Your Credit

Pile of Credit Cards

If you’ve ever tried to get a credit card, a car loan, or a mortgage, you know the importance of having a healthy FICO score. The score is determined by assessing your bill-paying history, the types of accounts you already hold, if you have any accounts in collections, the age of any current accounts, [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

Nifty Credit Card Transfer Trick

As you know, I am not a fan of credit card debt.  But recently I found myself advising a friend to apply for a low interest credit card.  He’d had to make some equipment purchases over the first few months of being hired at his new job.  He really had no other choice but [CLICK TO CONTINUE…]

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