Category: Cash Back

How to Save for Retirement in Your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s

You don’t want to work the rest of your life. Here’s how to save in your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s, even if retirement seems light years away.

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By: Anita Miller

I received a civil summons to court from a debt collector claiming I owe them money on a credit card that according to my credit report showed last payment as 2/11/10 I have never gotten anything from this agency regarding this matter and know the sol is 6 yrs in the state I live in, the summons they included a billing statement dated 06/14/11 as their proof of debt I'm assuming but that isn't the date of last activity it was 2/11/10. The 06/14/11 which is also the date on my credit report that they closed the acct. I received this summons on Thursday evening to appear Monday morning please help Read More

How Often Can You Check Your Credit Score, and How Do You Get It?

Do you keep a close eye on your personal finances? Or maybe you’ve never given them much thought. Either way, it’s time to start paying more attention to your credit score. Your credit score can control a lot—what loans you qualify for, the credit cards that are available to you, etc. To keep on top… Read More

The post How Often Can You Check Your Credit Score, and How Do You Get It? appeared first on Credit.com.

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Why You Should Never Dispute Credit Report Errors Online

Thanks to modern technology, you can do just about anything online, including dealing with errors on your credit report. While it sounds easy to initiate a dispute through the credit bureaus’ website, it may not…

The post Why You Should Never Dispute Credit Report Errors Online appeared first on Crediful.

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Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Credit Cards

Credit cards can be a useful tool if you do your research a make a plan for your spending. Here’s how to get the most out of your credit cards.

The post Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Credit Cards appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Peter Anderson. Copyright © Bible Money Matters – please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.

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How to Get Approved for Credit in a Financial Downturn

In a recession it’s common for many people to rely on credit cards and loans to balance their finances. It’s the ultimate catch-22 since, during a recession, these financial products can be even harder to qualify for. This holds true, according to historical data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. It found that […]

The post How to Get Approved for Credit in a Financial Downturn appeared first on Good Financial Cents®.

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3 Reasons to Use Cash and 3 Reasons to Choose Credit

3 Reasons To Use Cash (and 3 Reasons To Choose Credit) Credit and debit cards have become so ubiquitous, you’d be forgiven for thinking physical cash is just a couple years away from being declared obsolete and worthless by the…

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The post 3 Reasons to Use Cash and 3 Reasons to Choose Credit appeared first on MintLife Blog.

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What credit card should I get?

One of the questions I’m asked the most is, “What credit card should I get?” The answer: It depends on what you’re looking for in a card. Here’s how to decide.

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