Banks and their marketing associates and divisions are vying with one another to capture a thick slice of the “credit card pie.” Offers by phone and mail of free credit cards, pre-approved credit cards, cards with special bonanzas, money back schemes, low introductory rates, and umpteen other perks pour in tempting you everyday.
Student loan consolidation has many benefits. Before you sign up on the dotted line, you should know how to get the best student loan rates. If you are tired of too many bills and monthly due dates, it may be time to find the best student consolidation loan you qualify for. Continue reading Student Loan Consolidation Rates – Helpful Tips
I read of computer loans as a banner advert on a website. The loan provider had mentioned of easy finance options to help people purchase computers. Suddenly the dream of owning a computer became so easy to realise. It had been my insistence to purchase a branded computer and an insufficient personal income that were obstructing me from the purchase. But, now with the finance options in hand, computers from the best known companies are not far off.
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Obviously, the best thing to do would be to count with a savings account to cope with such situations but for the majority of people who don’t, a personal loan is a much better source of finance than using a credit card.
Credit and Debt experts call running out of cash a liquidity problem. Unless of course the problem is recursive in which case, you would be facing an income problem. There are plenty of ways to solve such difficulties but each one has different costs and advisors suggest personal loans as the best solution for sudden lack of cash difficulties.
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“Today, there are three kinds of people: the have’s, the have-not’s, and the have-not-paid-for-what-they-have’s. ~Earl Wilson”
Credit cards are truly one of mankind’s greatest inventions. Unfortunately it has also become one of mankind’s greatest curses.
Most credit card companies in the Philippines charge 3.5 % interest rate per month. That is about 42 % per annum. If you do the math, your present outstanding balances will double every 2 years. If you owe your credit card company P 10,000.00, in 2 years time it will become about P 20,000.00.
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