Posts tagged ‘credit’

Reader Mail #14: Help Me Get Out of Credit Card Debt

Published: April 20, 2010 | Personal Finance, Reader Mail | 8 Comments

Recently, I received an email from a reader who is really set on getting out of her credit card debts. I replied back with quite a lengthy response and thought I would share with you my advise to her. I hope that through this, I would be able to help others who are likewise having […]

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What Happens If I Don’t Pay My Credit Card Debts?

Updated: February 12, 2017 | Personal Finance | 583 Comments

What will happen if you don’t pay your credit card debts? Will you go to jail because of it? These and a lot of other questions about credit cards have been answered below, courtesy of a credit card officer which I had the opportunity to interview. Due to the sensitivity of the topic, the credit […]

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Are You Eligible To Apply For A Business Loan? The Five C’s of Credit Analysis

Updated: June 28, 2016 | Business | 1 Comment

Whether you’re planning to start a new business or thinking of expanding your current business, applying for a business loan from the bank can help you speed things up. Leveraging on credit is one of the best tools for business growth. Simply saving up for that start-up capital or waiting for your business to generate […]

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SME Community: Strategies for Credit and Collection

Updated: September 27, 2014 | Business | 2 Comments

Leveraging on credit is a practice that entrepreneurs and business owners are familiar with. We borrow money to fund our business ventures and conversely, we give payment terms to our customers to get more sales and foster a better relationship with them. But in light of the recent global recession, effective credit and debt collection […]

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