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Monthly Archives: January 2009

Using prepaid debit cards

Since most credit cards have a high spending limit, many users go on a shopping spree and buy stuff that they do not need and cannot afford. Repaying this amount increase your debt and results in a lower credit score. In the current economic conditions, where it is important to conserve every penny, it is […]

Casino tax rebates

Gambling at casinos is a popular tourist attraction and thousands of tourists from Canada and other countries flock to casinos in USA to try their luck. Most of them pay taxes in their home country but still part of their casino winnings are withheld due to US federal laws which state that 30% of the […]

Prepaid debit cards

Carrying large amounts of cash while shopping or traveling is both inconvenient and risky as it can be stolen. While credit cards may be useful, not everyone is eligible for credit cards, as the credit card issuer check the credit record and rating of the customer before issuing a credit card. Many customers using credit […]

Student loans

In most large companies, your career depends to a large extent on your educational qualifications, but a getting a college graduate degree is expensive. There are only a limited number of scholarships available and even these do not cover all college expenses like tuition, books,lodging and boarding. Taking student loans is often the only option […]

Compare credit cards

Today, credit cards are used for payment of most transactions both online and off line, and by choosing the right credit card, you can save a significant amount. In addition to low interest, balance transfer and instant approval credit cards, there are many credit cards that offer rewards when you make purchases with them. These […]