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    Can You Use a Prepaid Credit Card to Build Credit?

    A prepaid card isn't the best way to manage your money, particularly in comparison to other options. This is not to say that it's useless, but there are many less expensive and more convenient choices.

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    What Is a Dental Credit Card and Do You Need One?

    Patients may use a dental credit card to take care of related medical expenses. After all, the dentist is part of any consumer’s life, regardless of their age. Firstly, an infant needs to see a specialist to ensure that their teeth are growing normally. After that, when they become a teenager, braces may be necessary. Equally as important, young adults…

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    Do Student Loans Build Credit?

    You can get approved for a student loan much easier than any other type of advance or line of credit. Additionally, your income and credit score don’t impact your ability to get approved for federal funding. But how do student loans affect credit score points? Moreover, do student loans build credit when you make payments on time? If done the…

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    How Can I Build Credit in College?

    Many students use credit cards to help build credit while they’re in college. In turn, this gives them an early start. Additionally, these tools can make your transition to post-graduation life smoother and easier. For example, an investment in a credit card security deposit can yield fruitful results down the road. Because of this, you may qualify for a mortgage…

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    How to Eliminate Credit Card Debt

    If you are tired of carrying your credit card baggage, there are many options you can utilize to pay off your credit card debt.

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    How to Get a Loan When You're Retired

    You’re finally at the age where it’s acceptable to retire from your job and enjoy all of your hard-earned money you’ve made over the years. Many retired people believe that they cannot take out any loans once they’ve retired. Although this can occasionally be the case, it doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to take out a loan. These loans will…

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    Personal Finance Advice – The Perils of Buying on Store Credit

    It is important to get a good grounding in the understanding of credit deals, before you can work out what the so called ‘deals’ in the shop actually entail you paying overall.

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    Learning How to Build Up your Credit

    The problem with starting your credit history is that many lenders won’t give you a credit card or a loan to get you started. So how do you get your history going if nobody will give you a chance?

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    How to Pick the Best Gas Rewards Card

    According to a recent poll, more than two-thirds of Americans (62%) prefer gas rewards over other discount programs. After all, almost all consumers have to drive to work or school on a daily basis. Moreover, choosing the best gas rewards card (which depends on the individual’s circumstances) is especially important to those who have a long commute to work, as…

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    How to Cope with Higher Gas Station Prices

    Just as with any other product, the gas station prices that consumers pay to fill their cars depends on the cost of producing the fuel. More specifically, when petroleum, the original product that gas is derived from, becomes more expensive, so does the cost of transportation. In those situations, consumers may struggle to find cheap gas nearby them. Since early…

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