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Are you currently trying to build credit from nothing, but don’t know how? I have had a number of friends that thought they were doing the wise thing because they never fell into the temptation of getting a credit card and therefore never got into any debt.
Greetings, Wise Dollar friends! If you’ve been following along with our monthly series on how to get out of debt, you’ll know that we started with a post on the importance of having the right attitude regarding your journey to debt free.
The US Airways Mastercard is quite possibly one of the easiest credit cards I have churned. Since I like to keep things simple, that’s saying a lot.
Some experts will tell you that there are some types of good debt- but is that really true? All debt is risk & if you have it you are in a risky situation.
Credit cards can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they can be a very useful financial tool which helps you build your credit score and handle large purchases. On the other hand, they can mean trouble if you are using them to buy things you really have no place buying.
As many of you know, I recently bought Wise Dollar from Jose, who started the blog originally. As I was looking to buy the site one of the things I did was go through the existing posts to see what needed a little more love and light of day.
My wife and I love to travel, but packing up a family of five for vacation quickly gets very, very expensive. We’re always looking for new travel hacking tips to help save money whenever we can, and today I’m going to share with you what I consider the single best travel hack I’ve come across in a long time.
Revolving credit can help you build your credit history so that you show a good face to lenders, insurers, and other financial services providers that use your credit history as a gauge of how reliable you are likely to be.
Since your credit is so important, it’s important to avoid making assumptions that could ruin your finances.