Category Archives: Debt.

Change in Terms: Credit card reform, is it in your best interest

By , Posted on May 21, 2009
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Relief is on the way – but at a price. The Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights Act of 2009 has landed on President Obama’s desk after passing the House Wednesday. When signed into law, it will affect the pocketbook of every man, woman – and yes, teenager – who uses credit cards, only to find...

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The President on Credit Card Tactics: “Enough is Enough”

By , Posted on May 15, 2009
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Chris Lardner and her husband Scott own a small family business. Together they have three children, two daughters in college at Regis University in Denver , and a son in 7th grade. As a result of the economic downturn they resorted to paying for some of their daughters’ education with a credit card. As she...

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Credit and Debit Cards, What You Need to Know

By , Posted on May 15, 2009

A generation ago, it wasn’t all that unusual to be out for dinner with friends or at the register with a cart full of groceries and realize you didn’t have enough cash to cover the bill. But today, you’re likely to pull out a debit or credit card and not think anything of it. It’s...

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