Some people see credit cards as the route of all financial evil and believe that anyone that uses one are doomed to a life of debt and despair. But being a wily old fox I know this isn't the case and am here to tell you exactly how to use your credit card.So if you want to see how you can save money with a balance transfer, pay no interest on your purchases or use a credit card to build up your credit score then I'll let you know how. I'm that cunning that I can even tell you how you can make money out of the credit companies with a cashback card!
Credit cards have changed the way people deal with and spend money and often provide a much needed lifeline if things should get particularly tight one month.Read More
Credit card debt appears to be a common household situation, with a number of families just making the minimum payment at the end of each month to try and avoid a bad credit rating. If you are currently spending on a credit card but want to begin the process of paying off the balance, here are a few tips to get you started.Read More
If you’re not careful, it can be alarmingly easy for online criminals to steal your personal details and use them to steal your money or launder money in your name. As you can imagine, this can turn your life on its head and the consequences can be far reaching.Read More
With the economy in a fragile state, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on your finances and take stock of your debt. You can do this by using a transfer balance credit card – so let’s find out more about this banking option.Read More
It used to be the case that banking was regarded as an honourable, trustworthy profession. Revelations about artificially fixed interest rates and alleged money laundering, not to mention the NatWest systems failure and government bailouts of recent years, mean that the reputation of the entire financial sector is at an all-time low.
Known for rarely missing any opportunity to increase their customer base, Britain’s supermarkets and major retailers are now stepping forward to offer an alternative.Read More
While carelessness certainly contributes to the increase in identity theft, even people who think that they are being proactive about credit card safety can become targets. If one of your personal goals is to get your finances in order, credit card safety should be near the top of your to-do list.Read More