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10 Ways You Can Live a Happy Frugal life

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What with the world still recovering from the financial shock of 2008, most people are scared to death when it comes to spending money. With the current economic situation, no one trusts the market, and no one knows whether they will be able to survive on their current salary for the next ten years, unless they are entitled for a big salary by their company.

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Money Tip

for the week of: July 20

WHAT ABOUT YOUR CREDIT CARD

Consumers with no credit or those whose credit has been pummeled over the past few years know that it is virtually impossible for them to land a new credit card. With credit being the tightest anyone has seen in years, your chances of securing new credit has been greatly reduced unless you agree to unfavorable financing terms including a high interest rate and annual fee.

What You Should Do

PREPAID CREDIT IS ONE SOLUTION -- the convenience of having a credit card means not having to carry cash around. Prepaid VISA and MasterCard are universally accepted, with millions of merchants around the world accepting them.

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Reasons Everyone Should Educate Themselves On Finances At A Young Age

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Believe it or not, financial literacy education is not a topic that is covered in school today. While teachers do not receive training to teach children and teens about money matters and how to spend wisely, this is a skill that everyone should learn at a young age if they want to make smart financial decisions in the future.

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Five Warning Signs You Are Nearing Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy is on the rise, and it’s not just happening to people who don’t want to pay their bills. Responsible people are devastated when they realize that bankruptcy is inevitable. Seeing the warning signs on the horizon can help you prepare mentally and maybe even prompt you to make some important financial changes before it’s too late.

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How to Get a Bargain at Flea Markets

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Flea markets are found across the country, allowing merchants to shop their wares and making it possible for consumers to find bargains. You’re likely to find good prices at most flea markets, but even those prices are subject to negotiation. The following points will help you get better deals.

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How to Tame the Money Monster

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Debt is a reality for many Americans, a very present one at that. So many people are living from paycheck to paycheck, including those that are facing foreclosure or bankruptcy. Struggling with debt does not mean that you must be overcome by it. The following are some methods you can incorporate to improve your financial picture.

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Creditors Tracking You Down? 5 Ways to Stay on Top of Your Finances

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Virtually everyone has debt, whether it’s a mortgage, car payment, student loans, or credit card debt. But just because it’s omnipresent in American society does not mean that it has to be overwhelming or all-consuming.

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Little Known Ways to Reduce or Eliminate Banking Fees

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If you haven’t checked your banking statements lately, you may be in for a surprise. Monthly checking account fees. An annual credit card fee. Regular savings account maintenance fees. Add these up and you could be paying your bank hundreds of dollars in fees each year, money that should stay in your pocket. Here are four little known ways you can reduce, even eliminate various banking fees.

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About Managing Your Credit - Debt - and Budget

Providing plans and advice for managing your debt, building a good credit score, designing a personal budget and spending plan, and lowering your monthly bills. Use our simple bullet-point guide to review the credit and debt management guides.

Simply start with our quick credit check up that summarizes the credit reporting process. It references our credit management guide. Review our credit guides on building your credit history, maintaining good credit, and repairing your credit. Do you have debt? Your next step is to view our debt management guide. Use this guide to reduce and manage credit card debt, reduce and manage personal loan debt, and manage your mortgage loan debt.

Here is a sample of what you can find when navigating our credit center:

Credit Management

Our credit management center reviews the important features of credit. It offers a simple review of credit management tools such as building credit, sustaining good credit, repairing your credit, preventing ID theft, and guidelines for consolidating and reducing credit card debt.

  • all about credit: an introduction to credit and credit processing. Review the different types of credit and steps to manage your credit.
  • building your credit: guides on establishing your credit for the first time, maintaining and sustaining good credit, repairing your credit, and improving your credit financing score.
  • maintaining your credit: guides on maintaining a good credit report. Learn what you need to keep your credit strong for lower financing costs.
  • repairing your credit: guides on repairing your credit when circumstances lower your credit rating.
  • applying for credit: guides on what is needed to apply for credit. Review lender requirements, credit score, debt ratios, and other criteria to receive the best credit terms.


Debt Management

You will find debt management guides for debt recovery, debt relief, and other debt management tips and techniques for managing credit cards, personal loans and mortgage loans.

  • all about debt: guides on handling your debt. Includes basic debt management rules, costs to avoid on debt obligations, methods of bill payment, and managing your debt billing disputes
  • reducing credit card debt: guides on managing and reducing your credit card debt.
  • debt recovery: guides on debt recovery and debt relief from personal loans and other debt.
  • manage mortgage loan debt: guides on how to manage your mortgage loan debt to increase your home ownership percentage.


Budget and Money Management

Learn to build a personal family budget and spending plan. Manage your money to meet both short- and long-term financial goals. Review tips on lowering your monthly costs in housing, food, health care, transportation, and other.

  • all about budgeting: an introduction to to a personal and family budget. Learn budgeting techniques and spending plans to meet your financial goals and objectives
  • budget worksheet: develop your personal budget plan by working through our online budgeting worksheet. Includes free downloads to budgeting plans and tips.
  • electronic budgeting: our alliance with myvelopes.com allows you to electronically automate your family budget process.


Online Credit Report

Our online credit report center includes an entire section on credit reports and credit scoring. Get your free credit report to review your credit score and credit history. Use your online credit report to fix errors, make some adjustments to improve your credit score, and monitor your report from abusive practices such as error reporting and ID theft.

  • about your credit report: guides on what you will find inside your credit report. Learn what is reported and how to read and correct credit report errors.
  • online credit report: get your free credit report to review your credit score and credit history. Use your online credit report to correct errors and monitor your credit report from abusive practices.
  • ID theft: guides on what to expect when some one steals your identity and preventions tips from ID theft.

 

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