CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' Financial Planning'
Losing sleep over financial worries? You’re not alone. There are many economic worries that are keeping Americans awake at night.
We first heard about the Medical Debt Responsibility Act a few years ago. Now, it’s once again in the spotlight and if it’s passed, it can greatly affect millions of consumers and their credit reports.
Are you and your spouse financially compatible? Do either of you hide money or credit card statements? This could mean trouble in marital paradise.
Women and men differ significantly in the way they view money, debt and savings. Here are two sites marketed to women, each with many resources for single moms, career women and everything in between.
Warren Sapp filed for bankruptcy protection in Florida. Do former pro football players face more difficulties after retirement?
Impulse purchases, inability to save money and making just the minimum payments are all credit traps we can easily fall into. Here are a few reasons why you need to check your self-discipline.
There is nothing more rewarding than being a parent. There’s also nothing more frightening and overwhelming. If you’re a single parent, those fears are amplified. Take charge with these 5 credit card choices that work well with single parents everywhere.
Thinking you might qualify for a lower APR credit card offer? Do your homework and be sure to check out the Chase and Capital One credit card offers before you decide.
Student credit cards, business credit cards or co-branded credit cards: whatever you’re looking for in a credit card, you can be sure Capital One can meet those needs.
Wondering how to strengthen your finances in 2012? Choosing the best credit card offers for your needs is your best first step for a stronger new year.
We’re all focusing on New Year’s resolutions. Pay attention to your financial situation to ensure better credit card deals and interest rates for your 2012.
Ring in 2012 with a much better outlook and awareness on how your credit scores are calculated and what your credit history looks like. Choose better credit card offers and keep your budget in check.