It’s not easy being a consumer. In fact, it can be downright confusing because of all the payment choices. First, you have your cash, your checkbook, credit, and debit cards. And then you have deferred billing, easy payments, skip-a-payment, nothing down, no payments, and the semi-popular deferred double-digit interest rates. And on top of all […]
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Never trust the flashy print, the cool logos or the enticing promises of a credit-card or other consumer credit application. There’s always a catch in the fine print. Temember: What the big print giveth, the fine print taketh away!
A question I receive nearly every day goes something like this: I’m ready to take back control of my finances. But how do I get started? It’s like I’m stuck.
Don’t think you are alone if you find yourself wanting to do all the steps at once. But that could be a big mistake. If you were building a house, you wouldn’t try to pour the foundation, raise the walls and put on the roof all at the same time. It’s the same with building a plan to manage your money. You need to take things one step at a time …
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