Tag Archives: credit card debt

Pence, Cohen and credit card questions

John Egan

Two key figures in President Donald Trump’s orbit aren’t setting great examples for other credit card holders around the planet. In the case of Vice President Mike Pence, it’s running up a hefty amount of debt on one credit card.…
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Micropayments can help you tackle big balances

Kelly Dilworth

Paying hundreds of dollars at a time to your credit card company can feel so overwhelming that it’s tempting to send just the minimum amount due and forget about it. But as any card expert will tell you, that’s a…
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How I’m using a windfall to tackle my credit card debt

John Egan

An unexpected windfall recently came my way, and I realized right away that I had to avoid the urge to splurge. Therefore, much of the newfound money is going toward paying off credit card debt, not toward the latest Apple…
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New ‘Roseanne,’ old card debt. Here’s how to erase yours

John Egan

Roseanne Barr and her fictional family are back on TV after a two-decade hiatus. Of course, the Conners have grown older, but one thing hasn’t changed at all: Roseanne and the clan are still coping with credit card debt. It’s…
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Would you spend or save a small windfall?

Kelly Dilworth

If you were given $500, no-strings-attached, what would you do with it? Splurge on a round-trip plane ticket to Hawaii? Buy a new sofa? Head to the mall? If you’re like most people, you may feel tempted by the lure…
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