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The Bridges We Cross on the Road to Debt

By |June 22nd, 2015|

With my son preparing to go to college in a little more than a year, I have been thinking about my own journey from living at home with my parents to becoming an adult. Part of this transformation involved going from having no debt and no real financial obligations to being loaded down with […]

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Why I Love Dave Ramsey, But I Still Love Credit Cards

By |March 12th, 2015|

There ​I was. 18 years old. ​And I didn’t have a clue ​. ​

I didn’t realize that some people were actually debt-free.

I thought a car payment was just another bill. I mean, everyone has a car payment, right?

I thought credit cards were a way of life. I never noticed adults using cash. Only cards.

Enter: […]

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USAA Secured Platinum Credit Cards Review

By |December 12th, 2014|

The USAA is one of the largest financial service providers around. They’ve been in business since the early 1920’s and have a reputation for excellent, ethical customer service. You may be interested in these cards (both the MasterCard and American Express versions) because you are involved in the US Armed Forces and/or because you […]

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Credit One Bank® Platinum Visa Card Review

By |October 24th, 2014|

This Credit One Bank® Platinum Card is a card that can be useful, but should be handled with extreme caution. Do I have your attention? Let’s proceed. First of all, this is a card focused on folks with miserable credit. The card is marketed as a tool to rebuild deplorable credit scores. And it […]

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OpenSky® Secured Visa® Credit Card Review

By |September 26th, 2014|

A secured credit card is an excellent way for anyone to build credit and improve their credit scores. It’s a responsible step that pays off fairly quickly. The OpenSky® Secured Visa® Credit Card will be backed by funds that you deposit as security for the card. Because you lay down this money right out […]

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Barnes and Noble MasterCard® Review

By |September 12th, 2014|

As one of the world’s biggest book retailers, Barnes and Noble stand to offer a lot to their millions of customers with a Barnes and Noble credit card. Barnes and Noble clearly understands their customers. This Barnes and Noble Mastercard proves itself to be one of the better rewards card offered by a major […]

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Travelocity Rewards American Express Card Review

By |September 5th, 2014|

Learning how to leverage travel rewards credit cards to your benefit takes some research and experience. We’re here to help with our review of The Travelocity Rewards American Express Card. This card is easy to apply for, use, and understand. We’ll give you all the good and the bad below.

Apply for the Travelocity Rewards […]

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Carnival World MasterCard Review

By |August 22nd, 2014|

This Carnival credit card is an excellent choice for those planning to cruise with Carnival, Holland America, or Princess Cruiselines.

Carnival is the largest cruise line in the world, offering service to many of the globe’s most exciting and exotic locales. For cruise lovers, this Carnival MasterCard offers a bevy of “fun points” right […]

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5 Ways to Earn Airline Miles without Stepping Foot on a Plane

By |August 7th, 2014|

More than at any other point in history, the need to travel for business or pleasure is really taking off. To accommodate for this, many airlines have come out of nowhere to become market leaders. Every day it seems like a new airline merger is in the works. In the last five years alone, […]

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Budgeting Carefully and Selecting the Perfect Credit Card so You Can Travel More

By |July 8th, 2014|

Budgeting carefully and selecting the Perfect Credit Card so You Can Travel More

Some people travel all the time for free, and you may find yourself wondering how they do it. What it requires is careful analysis of your spending and travel patterns and then researching what credit card is best suited to your habits.

The […]