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How to improve your credit score?

Whether you need a loan to purchase a house, another car, go on a holiday of a lifetime, fund a business idea, or get another credit card for business or personal uses, you’ll need a good credit score to get approval.

How to improve your credit score? was last modified: July 24th, 2018 by Tammy Richards

Signs You Are Overly Reliant On Your Credit Card

The idea of using a credit card for managing your personal finances is often said to be good. You can easily pay bills and also pay back debts using your credit card. On the other hand, you can also use your credit card to borrow a loan. In general, a credit card makes a lot of cash or bank account as mobile as possible. While making your bank account mobile, your credit card will also enable you to carry all your bank details with you. But, it is not always good to rely on your credit at all times. Financial lenders often consider it as a sign of financial instability. Being overly reliant on a credit card is considered as a lack of financial discipline. Your financial lender may have issues lending you funds if you choose to rely excessively on your credit card. In case you are wondering what kinds of signs may deem you as being overly reliant on credit cards, consider the following information.

Signs You Are Overly Reliant On Your Credit Card was last modified: October 26th, 2015 by Tammy Richards

How Well Do You Know Your Credit Card?

Credit card rates and fees are very difficult to understand. It is because the credit card companies do not want you to know the numbers well. Many Australians either overuse or fall for the wrong card and end up owing huge money as fees. When defaulted, it would heavily affect the credit score.

How Well Do You Know Your Credit Card? was last modified: June 9th, 2014 by Tammy Richards