by Michael M Thomas - 2007-02-08
Generally speaking, Americans put themselves into debt because of overspending. Sure, there are some extreme circumstances like medical emergencies, loss of a job, and divorce, all of which can put a ...
by James Cone - 2007-03-19
In the U.S.A., penny stocks are referred to as those stocks that are not traded on any of the major exchanges (AMEX, NASDAQ, NYSE). It is a low-priced, speculative security from a small company usuall...
by Jin Kim - 2007-04-03
Wish to apply for a credit card, but you do not know which one you should opt for? There are some tips which you can follow while selecting a credit card.Check APRs: The annual percentage rates or APR...
by Rudy Hadisentosa - 2007-04-03
Credit cards have many advantages if used judiciously. It fulfills all your needs. You can buy anything with the cards. Because of various benefits the card provides to the users, everyone from teenag...
by Sergey Korovin - 2007-04-07
# # #April 7, 2007Press Release For Immediate ReleasePROTECT YOUR GAINS AND CUT LOSSES WITH SELL@MARKETSell@Market announces today the availability of a service that allows stock market investors t...
by Duran Mueller - 2007-04-26
1. Cash back credit cards Want to earn cash as you spend? The Blue Cash from American Express(r) gives Up to 5% Cash Back with Unlimited Cash Rewards and offer to Earn unlimited cash back. 2. Credit ...
by Christopher Carr - 2007-05-10
Business owners who maintain a merchant account for processing credit and debit cards often find their biggest frustration is trying to understand their monthly merchant account statement (link to com...
by James Marshall - 2007-09-04
Credit Care for Teens and Young AdultsIt's great when parents are willing to help out with their kids' futures, but make sure that you understand all of the implications before you help your kids buil...
by Bryan Pringle, Ph.D. - 2007-10-26
How do credit cards affect your insurance rates? The idea sounds absolutely preposterous; doesn’t it? Even the thought that having too much credit card debt, or possibly paying your credit car...
by Bryan Pringle, Ph.D. - 2007-10-31
Okay, so you just turned 18, and you want to buy a new car. You go down to the new car dealership, pick out that shiny new vehicle, fill out an application for credit, and they tell you, "I'm sorry, ...