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Why women pay more for credit card interest rates makes colorful list in blog carnival

Connie Prater

Thanks to MoneyTalksCoaching.com blogger Ashley for selecting our blog on why women might be charged higher credit card interest rates for this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance.

A blog carnival is a roundup of blogs written about a certain topic, such as personal finance, that publishes on a weekly or biweekly basis. The carnival features a different host each week. That person selects the best blogs to feature. This week’s theme was, “The Color Wheel.”

Thanks Money Talks!

 

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