If you’re like me, and pay off your credit card in fits and starts, have bursts of enthusiasm and periods of despair, maybe consolidating your debt into a personal loan might be the ticket. Read on for ways to save money and improve your credit.
I’m no huge fan of credit cards, but sometimes they are one of life’s necessities. Here are some tips and tricks on the most effective ways to compare credit cards when on the search.
You’ve made the decision to get on top of your credit card and on top of your credit card debt. But starting to tackle the debt, and the way you approach your credit card, is a big task. Here are some tips so you are the one who ends up back in control.
Tips and tricks to reduce your credit card debt before and after the new year. Want to start again? Why not pay off your credit card debt as new years priority.
We all know that large lump sum repayments can help pay your card off much quicker, though this article looks to explain that it is a culmination of many little things that help erode your credit card debt.
Creative ways to pay back your credit card and get on the path to saving money, not paying down debt with each pay cheque.
What are the consequences of not understanding credit cards and debt? We look at how credit cards can be scary and how to avoid the common pitfalls.
Is the almighty credit card evil? Or is it just misunderstood? We look at why a credit card can be your best friend and your worst enemy. We much prefer being best friends!
There’s always a good reason for your first credit card. You’re heading overseas, and want an emergency back up. You’ve just gotten your first job. You’re making a big purchase and want to pay it off slowly. Everyone else has one.