If I had to describe in one word what the debt repayment journey feels like, I would say… it’s a #neverendingbumpyroad
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stocks, credit cards, savings, market and economyThe beginning of the year is a perfect time for Filipinos to make solid financial commitments toward gaining financial freedom, such as increasing their savings and paying off credit card debt. In order to achieve these, some people choose to place investments able to yield the best possible returns and profit.
One of the most
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In order to make the most of your rewards credit cards, you need a solid strategy. Your rewards card strategy can help ensure that you get the biggest bang for your shopping buck when you use your card on regular purchases.
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However, before you get too comfortable with high-interest debt, it's a good idea to step back. Here are 3 reasons getting rid of high-interest debt is a good idea.
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