The Pros & Cons of Credit Cards vs. Cash

Published on Feb 22 2013 // Personal Finance
The Pros & Cons of Credit Cards vs. Cash
These days, we have an unlimited amount of methods to purchase items. We can use credit cards, cash, checks, PayPal, gift cards, and even a variety of phone apps. However, the two most common forms of payment are still cards and cash. Many people have told me that they spend way more money with their...

How to Survive On Monthly Pay

Published on Oct 16 2012 // Budgeting
For some of us, it’s not just about the overall annual wage or salary that they are earning. Most workers prefer being paid once a fortnight. It gives them a manageable amount of money in an amount of time that doesn’t leave you strapped for cash at the end of the month. If you do get paid monthly,...

Guide to credit cards

Published on Nov 01 2011 // Credit Cards, Personal Finance
In principle, a credit card is quite a simple idea: you can spend money up front, then repay it over a period of time. The sooner you repay the money you’ve borrowed, in general, the less interest you’ll pay on it. In recent years, though, we’ve seen more and more specialized cards...

The Fine Print On Cash Back Credit Cards

Published on Aug 12 2010 // Credit Cards
The following is a guest post by Michael from CreditCardForum.com – a message board and blog about credit cards. He regularly rates and reviews the best cash back credit cards. In this post, he will discuss some of the fine print that goes with these credit card reward programs. Back in the 70′s...
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