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Cosign a Loan for Your Child

Should You Cosign on a Loan for Your Child?

Guest post by Janet Hutchins. Janet writes for Credit, Eh, a blog about smart personal finance and responsible credit card use. It’s only natural for parents to want to help their children. One way that many parents help their children is to cosign on a loan. When you cosign for a child who may not […]

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Advantage of Credit Cards

7 Advantages of Using Credit Cards

The statistics around credit cards and how Americans use them are alarming, to say the least. Let me start by sharing a few of them found in a recent CNBC article: The average American has a credit card balance of $4,293, according to the latest Experian data. Total credit card debt is also at its […]

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How to Avoid 5 Common Credit Card Missteps

This guest post comes from our friends at Card Hub, a leading online marketplace for secured and unsecured credit card offers. Have you ever gotten a cash advance on your credit card or gone over your credit limit in a non-emergency situation? Think everyone should get a rewards credit card? Do you carry a balance […]

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