Credit Card Debt

Cardholders Living on Borrowed Time: Are you ready to pay more?

You’ve been gambling on continued dirt cheap interest rates for years and you have been able to survive. You’ve become used to not having to pay high interest rates. You’ve been taking a big gamble. Now is the time to stop gambling. That’s because all good things come to an end, even relatively low interest…

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The Road to Financial Independence: Production First, Consumption Later

The right order is critical in achieving financial independence Often success in a task comes not only from doing something, but doing it in the right order. Doing things in the proper sequence is critical to financial independence. And the latter represents the best thing money can buy—freedom from money worries. That’s something that tens…

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I Want Both of Them to Lose!: “You Must Vote for a Democrat or Republican.” Asks Why and Offers a Plea for Electoral Reform

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic party presidential nominee has some of the highest negative ratings since polling began. That is except for Donald Trump, the Republican party presidential party nominee. His negative numbers are even higher. A No Vote of Confidence Tens of millions of Americans dislike one or both of these candidates. I hold my…

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Some Choice! Moneybags vs. El Payaso. U.S presidential race this time is the dregs of politics.

Gregory Bresiger will continue his perfect presidential voting record. One’s bad. The other’s worse. That is how many of my friends on both the left and right view this ridiculous presidential race. It is an illustration of why we need major third parties and a “none of the above” system to replace our two-party tyranny…

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Visa’s Fraud Problem?

Let me check the signature on your card. No, give me your personal identification number. Which is better at preventing credit card fraud? That is one of several issues raised by the nation’s biggest retailer against a large card association. Wal-Mart has filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan against Visa…

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Employees in the Customer Care Center in a recently renovated part of their building. Employees at energy information firm IHS in Englewood, give their perspective and outlook on their jobs and careers on Friday, Mar. 16, 2012. Kathryn Scott Osler, The Denver Post

From the Classroom to the Workplace: How to make it happen

The young grad entering the hot occupation isn’t necessarily on the road to success. That is unless one also has an effective career plan, job experts say. Although the job market for recent grads has improved, they say, college major choices are critical. But so are internships and part-time jobs during college. Don’t wait until…

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