Posts tagged ‘credit card’

14 Quick Tips for First-Time Credit Card Holders

Published: August 26, 2020 | Personal Finance | 2 Comments

A credit card is a double-edged sword. If you use it responsibly, then you’ll reap a lot of financial benefits; But if you’re careless with it, the consequences can leave you in a financial disaster. Today, I’m giving you 14 quick tips on how to be a good and responsible credit card user. Especially if […]

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7 Quick Tips to Manage and Pay Off Your Credit Card Debts

Updated: March 31, 2020 | Personal Finance | 2 Comments

The overspending you did during the holidays can now be felt in your credit card bills. My friend claims she can now see on her statement the deferred payment and installment purchases she did, and is now worried for her budget. If you’re also struggling with paying off your credit card debts, then here are […]

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My Infamous Blue Book: The Road to Financial Freedom

Published: May 7, 2015 | Guest Posts | 9 Comments

It’s not easy to maintain a blog, let alone one about personal finance because it’s a topic that was not taught to us in school. As such, I rely most of the time on the lessons I learned from experience and observation, which makes me occasionally question myself if I’m sharing anything valuable to my […]

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My Credit Card Story Part 2

Published: September 4, 2014 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 11 Comments

I’m currently on vacation so I’m letting one of my friends, Carlos, share his story today. Last year, he wrote an article about credit cards, which you can read here: My Credit Card Story (Part 1). In that post, he shared how he got his first credit card, and his realization that credit cards are […]

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Five Ways to Protect Yourself from Fraud When Accepting Credit Cards

Published: January 5, 2014 | Guest Posts | No Comments

Do you run an ecommerce business that accepts credit card payments? This article contribution might help. — $11.27 billion. That was the amount of money that was lost around the world in 2012 due to fraudulent payment card transactions, including credit, debit and prepaid cards, according to Further analysis of the gross losses equaled […]

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My Credit Card Story

Updated: September 4, 2014 | Guest Posts, Personal Finance | 27 Comments

Credit cards are probably one of the reasons why many Filipinos are miserably in debt. I actually have some friends who consider credit cards as “evil” and swear that they will never, ever get one. Do you feel the same way? Personally, I consider credit cards as one of the best tools for leveraging money […]

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Why Business Credit Card Debt Is Always Risky

Published: December 30, 2010 | Business, Guest Posts | 2 Comments

Hello everyone, I hope you’re all enjoying the holiday break as much as I am. I’ll be going back to my regular blogging schedule in a few days but for now, let me give you an interesting guest post about using credit cards when starting a business. In my previous article on the different ways […]

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Things You Ought To Know Before Applying For A Credit Card

Updated: July 26, 2020 | Personal Finance | 45 Comments

I love credit cards and I couldn’t imagine my life without one. Yes, it may seem odd to read this from a financial adviser, when many others have written how evil credit cards are. Personally, I believe that anyone who holds an aversion towards credit cards are missing out on one of the most practical […]

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