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What Is Credit Card Fraud?

Published August 2021

Close to half a million people fall victim to credit card fraud in the US every year. Learn what credit card fraud is and how you can guard against it.

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Topics: Financial Education

How Does Identity Theft Impact Your Credit?

Published August 2021

You stick your credit card into an ATM to grab some cash on your way home from a trip. Unbeknownst to you, someone has installed a barely noticeable electronic device over the card slot of the machine, called a “skimmer.” A few days later, you begin to notice fraudulent charges on your accounts. Someone has stolen your identity by committing credit card fraud.

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Topics: Financial Education

Credit or Debit Card? When to Use Each One

Published July 2021

Credit cards offer you great value in many ways, but debit cards can keep you out of debt. Make an informed and responsible decision about how you pay.

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Topics: Credit Card Debt

4 Tips to Prepare Your Finances for Reopening after COVID

Published July 2021

After almost a year and a half in quarantine, it may be a shock to your credit card when you start venturing out and spending money again. We have compiled some helpful tips to prepare you from going further into credit card debt during the post-pandemic reopening.

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Topics: Covid Debt Relief

Inflation Trends: What Do They Mean for Your Debt?

Published July 2021

Inflation hikes the cost of living, making it more difficult to make ends meet with the money on hand. Learn how to manage your debt despite inflation.

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Topics: Financial Education

5 Ways Debt Affects Your Life

Published July 2021

The stress of out-of-control credit card debt can ruin your life in many ways, affecting your mental and physical health. Learn how seeking debt relief can help.

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Topics: Credit Card Debt

What Happens to Your Credit When You Max Out Your Credit Cards?

Published July 2021

Maxing out your credit cards can affect your credit score, hike your payments, and land you in a debt trap. Find out how you can pay down a maxed-out card.

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Topics: Financial Education

Financial Skills to Teach Your Kids

Published July 2021

Financial literacy is one of the best gifts you can give to your kids. Being financially literate can help your children plan and implement a financial course that leads to financial security and freedom to pursue their other goals and dreams.

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Topics: Financial Education

How to Live on a Tight Budget

Published July 2021

With the post-pandemic economy still ailing, many people around the country are struggling to make ends meet and are living on a tight budget. If you fall into this category, how can you make the most of your limited financial resources?

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Topics: Saving Money

Student Loan Debt in America: A Look at the Statistics

Published June 2021

Student loan debt exceeds $1.6 trillion in 2021. A look at the statistics will help motivate you to find the best credit card debt reduction strategy.

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Topics: Financial Education

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