I was approached, along with a few other bloggers, by one of my financial blogging buddies. He suggested that we do a post with different aspects of credit and credit cards, with about 10 of us contributing. And he asked me to host! I am pleased to present a round-up of sorts, related to credit and credit cards, with some classic posts:
Here are some useful posts about credit cards in general:
Credit Card Tips that Make Good Financial Cents: Learn some basic tips on using credit cards the smart way.
How To Use Credit Cards Without Bankrupting Yourself: Credit cards don’t have to be evil — as long as you use them responsibly.
0% Credit Card Basics — The Difference Between 0% Purchase and 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards: Before you sign up for that great offer, make sure you understand what you are getting into.
Best Money Saving Credit Cards for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners: It really does matter what credit card you use. Choose what works best for your.
Credit CARD Act
Most of the provisions of the Credit CARD Act are in effect. Here are a couple of posts related to how you can expect to be affected.
The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility, And Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009 – Effect on Credit Card Holders: Here are some of the effects you are probably starting see from the Credit CARD Act.
Credit CARD Act of 2009: How it Affects You: Another look at the key points of the CARD act, and how they will impact you in “real” life.
Credit Score and Repair
Consider your credit. And how you can repair it.
Basics of Credit Score and Credit Report and How often to Check: Learn the basics of your credit score and report — and how can check to make sure everything is as it should be.
How To Get Free FICO Credit Score: Access your FICO score for free. Just make sure to cancel any service you had to sign up for. This post compares the costs of your score from different sources as well.
How Do I Fix My Credit – A Simple Method To Do Self Credit Repair: Get the steps to take to fix your own credit score. No reason to pay an “expert.”
Is Facebook Destroying Your Credit?: My post looks at how social media may become part of the credit screening process.