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  • The Facts About Balance Transfer Credit Cards in 2017 Many people can find 0% balance transfer credit cards such as the Chase Slate credit card quite tempting. An individual can transfer the balance off other credit cards to balance transfer credit cards, which offers perks like low interest rates, long terms at 0% such as 15 months with the Chase Slate credit card, and ...
  • Monitor your credit score and credit report history in 2017 Your credit score is important so you need to monitor it often. A bad credit score affects cost of credit and even cost of car insurance. Even if you have a good credit score you should check your credit report at least once a year from Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion at annualcreditreport.com or by calling ...
  • Do It Yourself Credit Repair: Start by knowing your credit score. Know your credit score. Many credit card companies provide you your up-to-date credit score right on their website account information page. If you have a low credit score your credit is costing you too much or you may not be able to get new credit. If you have a low credit score you need to ...
  • Get a secured credit card Finding ways to repair a bad credit report is not easy especial if you simply have – bad credit. It takes time to correct old habits and start to make real progress in increasing your credit score. One way to to get started to re-establishing your credit is to get a secured credit card. Secured Credit Card: ...
  • Should I use a Credit Repair Agency? Three compelling reasons why you shouldn’t use a credit repair agency to fix your credit report. 1. Credit repair companies take advantage fears of credit card holders with negative credit reports, and use it to fill up their coffers. To do this they aggressively market themselves as if they can get every single negative entry on ...
  • Credit Repair Myths and Facts There are no secrets to repairing your credit. Many shady credit repair agencies would love you to think the contrary. Negative items can be removed from your credit report and you can do it yourself. One does not need a credit repair “expert” or “law firm” to do it either. While the credit world can ...
  • Consolidating Credit Card Debt : Why Would You? So many Americans are carrying a heavy load of debt on multiple credit cards with high rates of interest on each one of them. There are many offers for quick fixes and promises that by consolidating your debt, your finances will become easier to deal with and more manageable. When looking into the possibility of taking ...
  • Two Bad Credit Quick Fixes It may feel like a daunting task to start repairing your credit, but most financial experts agree that it is eventually worth it when you finally have the credit you need to purchase important things like a home or a new vehicle. But even if it is a very important thing to do, and many ...
  • 5 Quick And Easy Steps To Do Credit Repair Yourself It really isn’t that difficult at all to repair credit yourself if you know the basic things that most credit repair services would otherwise do for you for a fee. If you aren’t aware of those simple actions, here are 5 quick and easy steps to do credit repair yourself. In this tough economy, when every ...
  • Deal with Your Debt: Free Yourself from What You Owe This book by Liz Weston deals with conventional wisdom about debt. Sometimes it is simply not practical to be able to pay off every dime of debt quickly. Doing that can leave you living at a lower quality of financial life and a poorer in the long run. You’re more likely to be discouraged and ...





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