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What To Do When You’ve Had Enough of Lenders

By |February 3rd, 2014|

Hey everyone, thanks for swinging by! Today, I’d like to touch on a subject that I know affects tons of people. It’s credit cards. Now, I’m not talking about credit card debt, I’m talking about when you’ve HAD IT UP TO HERE with a lender. The truth is, most lenders are great to work […]

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Debt Settlement Isn’t Always The Best Answer

By |January 27th, 2014|

Hey everyone, thanks for joining me for this week’s Monday Money! Yesterday, a friend of mine who owns a pretty decent business received a call from a debt settlement company. He said one of the first questions they asked was “How much money do you owe on credit cards?”.

He answered with a pretty high […]

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Balance Transfer Credit Cards Are Best Friends And Worst Enemies

By |July 22nd, 2013|

Hey everyone and welcome to the Monday Money of the week. Just in case this is your first time joining me today, I’m Joshua Rodriguez. I write on several financial topics every Monday hoping that my tips will help consumers save or make money. That being said, today, I want to address balance transfer […]

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When Are Balance Transfer Credit Cards A Good Idea?

By |June 17th, 2013|

Hey everyone, thanks for coming back this week for Monday Money with Josh! This week, I’m going to cover another hot topic in the personal finance industry, balance transfer credit cards. Why? Well, they are great financial tools but, misleading posts online could lead consumers to choosing this option when in all actuality, the […]

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Credit Card Balance Transfers Can Be Your Friend

By |December 11th, 2012|

In the past I’ve written about irresponsible credit card usage and how it benefits other cardholders. Used without proper care, a credit card can be quite dangerous.

I’ve also written about how personal loans aren’t always bad debt. Just because something can be used irresponsibly, it doesn’t mean that they should be avoided […]