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Date: Wed, 1. July 2009 20:30:00
(WASHINGTON) Banks and mortgage lenders are placing top priority on killing President Barack Obama's proposal to create a new consumer protection agency that would regulate home loans, credit card fees, payday loans and other forms of consumer finance.
Date: Fri, 31. July 2009 19:20:04
Records show thousands of personal expenses charged to company credit card By Chris Meyers Staff writer A Churubusco woman accused of using a company credit card for personal expenses that included airline tickets, items at retail stores and medical bills
Date: Sat, 21. April 2012 08:22:43
Want to make a potentially expensive trip affordable? Many times, the first focus is on airfares. One way to bring air travel costs down is by earning frequent-flier miles through everyday purchases with airline credit cards. You'll find they are not all precisely the same. Benefits and potential costs might be similar, but it takes careful shopping to determine which one fits best with your spending patterns and travel needs. Remember: you should not use an airline credit card to accumulate travel rewards unless you are able to pay off the monthly balances. Interest rates tend to be high, and borrowing money this way will more than offset any rewards you might receive. If you're still with me, take a look at the potential benefits and frequent drawbacks of 10 airline credit cards tied to frequent-flier programs. .Airline Credit Card Choices originally appeared on About.com Budget Travel on Sunday, April 1st, 2012 at 16:55:19.Permalink | Comment | Email this
Date: Sun, 9. August 2009 00:00:00
Q: I recently bought seven plane tickets on Icelandair's Web site. The airline charged me $6,897 and my credit card company authorized the transaction.
Date: Mon, 2. February 2009 23:36:32
AP - Citigroup, under pressure to increase its lending, says it will spend $36.5 billion to issue mortgages, make credit card loans and buy mortgage-backed securities in the tight credit markets in the coming months.
Date: Sun, 29. November 2009 15:36:05
pimg src=http://z.about.com/d/budgettravel/1/G/W/9/cards.jpg align=right title=10 Quick Tips for Budget Travel in Paris width=125 height=92 border=0Is the a href=http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc#038;zu=http://budgettravel.about.com/od/airfarescruises/a/picks_aircards.htmairline credit card/a still in its heyday? I think not. These cards became popular many years ago because they allowed budget travelers to earn frequent flyer miles from everyday purchases like groceries and oil changes. But airline frequent flyer miles have become increasingly difficult to use as a budget travel tool. Many of us like to shop multiple airlines for a good deal, pay for those bargains in cash, and then use travel rewards to book hotels or car rentals. A a href=http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc#038;zu=http://budgettravel.about.com/od/airfarescruises/a/picks_bankcards.htmbank-based travel rewards credit card/a works quite well in that scenario. What is best for you? There is no blanket answer. You must look at your own patterns of spending and travel. You must ask yourself if being tied to one carrier through an a href=http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc#038;zu=http://budgettravel.about.com/od/aircreditcards/qt/airlinecreditcard.htmairline credit card/a is best. /p p style="background:#f5f3ef;border: 1px solid #d5d0bf;padding:.5em;"a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hczu=http://budgettravel.about.com/b/2009/11/08/airline-credit-card-questions.htm"Airline Credit Card Questions/a originally appeared on a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hczu=http://budgettravel.about.com/"About.com Budget Travel/a on Sunday, November 8th, 2009 at 16:28:20./ppa href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hczu=http://budgettravel.about.com/b/2009/11/08/airline-credit-card-questions.htm"Permalink/a | a href="http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hczu=http://budgettravel.about.com/b/2009/11/08/airline-credit-card-questions.htm#gB3"Comment/a | a href="http://budgettravel.about.com/gi/pages/shareurl.htm?PG=http://budgettravel.about.com/b/2009/11/08/airline-credit-card-questions.htmzItl=Airline Credit Card Questions"Email this/a/p
Date: Wed, 3. February 2010 15:29:59
Today, Check 'n Go, a provider of payday loans, title loans, installment loans and other consumer financial products lender, released "Credit Card Cash Advance Versus Payday Loan." This video helps potential customers understand the fees associated with a credit card cash advance and, in a straightforward way, illustrates the differences between credit card cash advances and credit card transaction fees. Also, the video provides a balanced comparison of the fees inherent in credit card cash advances and those of Check 'n Go offerings. (PRWeb Feb 1, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/02/prweb3541334.htm
Date: Tue, 18. August 2009 04:53:21
With credit card rates being raised in advance of the Credit Card Act of 2009, CreditLoan.com offers expert advice for consumers to make smart choices regarding their credit card debt. (PRWEB Aug 13, 2009) Read the full story at http://www.emediawire.com/releases/payday/loans/prweb2742064.htm
Date: Sun, 8. August 2010 15:30:48
MortgageRefinance.com is a dynamic website which has current and informative articles on a wide range of topics such as home loans, debt relief, credit cards, certificates of deposits and investments....(PRWeb August 05, 2010)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/mortgage-news/mortgage-refinance/prweb4345144.htm
Date: Tue, 23. October 2012 13:16:19
Am I paying too much? It?s a question most consumers ask daily as they whip out their wallet to buy something at the store. Why then don?t they ask the same question monthly as they whip out their pen to pay the interest on their loans? The answer: Most believe they got the best rate possible at the time of the loan, and that may in fact be the case. What they don?t realize, though, is that over a period of months or years a lot can change to drive down borrowing costs?and not just with mortgages. So they keep writing the same old checks. Two in three consumers are paying more interest than they need and one in three is paying significantly more?in effect flushing away an average of $541 a month, according to Credit Sesame, an online consumer debt management tool. That comes to $6,492 of excessive payments each year on their mortgage, auto loan, personal loans and credit cards. People with a mortgage generally pay attention to rates, and look to refinance when possible. Yet mortgages still account for the biggest part of household debt overpayment, Credit Sesame reports. Certainly, refinancing has been problematic since the housing collapse. Homeowners may not have the equity needed to take advantage of lower rates. But many simply assume the mortgage market is frozen. It?s not?and with real estate finally recovering mortgage holders should take another look. Consumers are paying too much on other common loans too, says Adrian Nazari, CEO of Credit Sesame. ?The biggest thing they have to understand is that their situation changes and the market changes,? he says. Perhaps they have built a better credit score. Sometimes a new zip code or older age qualifies for a lower rate. When market rates decline it?s usually clear. But market innovations aren?t so obvious. New products like peer-to-peer lending have driven down borrowing costs for millions of people. The most common ways consumers end up paying too much: Credit cards It?s easy to end up in the wrong card
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