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Posted on 10 May 2019 | 10,293 views
Credit Card Balance Transfers can Help Your Credit Score

A 0% balance transfer offer can seem like an amazing way to eliminate credit card interest payments. Yet some credit card users remain concerned that taking advantage of these offers will hurt their credit score. In fact, the opposite may be true as there are several reasons why receiving a 0% APR balance transfer credit card may actually improve one’s credit score.

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Posted on 10 May 2019 | 2,923 views
Opening a Credit Card at a Department Store Will Lower Your Credit Score

While on a shopping spree, you open credit-card accounts at several of your favorite department stores to snap up discounts of 10% or 15%. You’re saving a bundle, but you may be chipping away at your credit score.

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Posted on 9 May 2019 | 1,955 views
Free Credit Repair Services

Consumers need to know about free credit repair services and what is going on with their credit scores. Most people can check their credit scores online if they are buying a house or new car off the showroom floor and take care of the paperwork right from home. Unfortunately, credit problems can mount up and eventually prevent you from making purchases. Either way, it is worth it to learn how to repair your credit online for free.

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Posted on 9 May 2019 | 1,792 views
Prepaid MasterCard Credit Card Deals and Offers for People With Bad Credit Scores

Prepaid MasterCard is the easiest way to pay — just load one with funds and use it for all the things you use cash for such as shopping, bill payments, or everyday purchases. You can use MasterCard Prepaid cards wherever Debit MasterCard is accepted and get the added convenience that cash doesn’t offer.

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Posted on 8 May 2019 | 5,542 views
How to Remove a Tax Lien From Your Credit Report

In February 2011, the IRS announced a set of new policies called the “IRS Fresh Start” program regarding unpaid taxes in an effort to “…Help Struggling Taxpayers Get a Fresh Start…” One of the changes will directly affect credit reports and possibly raise credit scores.