Financial Cents: Posts About Credit Cards
The name "cash advance" can be used to describe two very different kinds of financial products, one of which is way more expensive and should totally be avoided.
Posted on: December 07, 2018
If you have credit cards, make sure you're not putting too much money on them at any one time. Utilizing too much of your total credit limit can hurt your credit score.
Posted on: December 04, 2018
Prepaid debit cards can be a great alternative for those who can't open a banking account, but watch out for those fees and restrictions!
Posted on: November 23, 2018
Being deep in debt can feel like you're sinking in quicksand. But hope is not lost! Here are some tips to help you plan your debt trap escape.
Posted on: November 08, 2018
There are better reasons to save money than wanting to make your friends turn green with jealousy. But as motivating factors go, this one ain't half bad.
Posted on: November 05, 2018
The most important thing to remember: Don't let your thirst for rewards blind you to the dangers of excess debt.
Posted on: November 01, 2018
Strategies include becoming an authorized user on someone else's account, getting a cosigner, paying down your outstanding debts and more!
Posted on: August 13, 2018
If you are considering this option, you need to do the math and make sure you're really saving money. Otherwise, you might just be shifting your debt from one place to another.
Posted on: August 07, 2018
You can get an advance on your credit card to take out cash—but the cost will be much higher than the cost of a standard credit card transaction.
Posted on: May 21, 2018
Neither credit card cash advances nor cash advance loans require a credit check. But that doesn't mean they can't affect your credit score.
Posted on: May 15, 2018