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When you have an international credit card, you can use it both in your home country and abroad. Itâs not uncommon to come across businesses abroad that only accept native currency. Thatâs when an international credit card comes in handy. If you want to avoid the hassles of carrying cash or travelerâs checks everywhere you… Read More
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If you’re looking to repair your credit, you may have come across websites that advertise a credit privacy number, credit protection number or CPN. These numbers are nine digits like a Social Security number (SSN), and sellers claim that you … Continue reading →
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Do you keep a close eye on your personal finances? Or maybe youâve never given them much thought. Either way, itâs time to start paying more attention to your credit score. Your credit score can control a lotâwhat loans you qualify for, the credit cards that are available to you, etc. To keep on top… Read More
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If you live in the USA and need a mortgage, perhaps youâve thought about applying at “USA Mortgage.” Makes sense, right? It just so happens that USA Mortgage is located right smack in the middle of our fine country, in St. Louis, Missouri to be exact. Well, thatâs pretty darn close to the midpoint… Anyway, [&hellip
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What do you need your credit score for? In a nutshell, a lot. Credit cards, loans, mortgages, APR, even renting an apartmentâwhether or not you qualify is based largely on your credit score. If your credit is less-than-ideal, you know it can make your life just that much harder. Having a bad credit score can hold… Read More
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Article Updated July 18, 2018. If itâs time to purchase a new vehicle, you may be wondering about one obstacle that could get in your way: your credit. Maybe youâre unsure how good your credit is, and you donât know what credit score is needed to buy a car either. It is better to educate… Read More
If you enjoy playing the lottery, youâre not alone. About half of all adults in the United States have played the lottery, and the average player throws about $600 a year on the long odds that they might hit it big. For the vast, vast majority of people who play the lottery, thatâs money down… Read More
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No one intends to drop out of college. If you show up to campus for your freshman year, chances are you plan to graduate in four years and use your degree to land a job. Maybe you even have the…
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