February 23rd, 2012

Debit vs. Credit: Which is better?

 

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**Today’s guest post is contributed by CreditCardChaser.com.**

What do you do when it comes time to pay for your fast food meal or maybe a new television? What makes you decide if you will use your credit card or debit card? This dilemma has been going on for years.

There are multiple reasons on why one would choose a certain card over another. In the end, it is up to you. However, here are a few general guidelines to keep in mind next time you’re deciding between your debit card or credit card.

Debit Card Over Credit Card

It seems like the debit cards are slowly being overtaken by “buying on credit.” However, Credit.com gives statistics showing that there are almost 520 million debit cards in circulation. So even though buying on credit is becoming very popular, it looks like the debit card is still king. When is a good time to use your debit card, though?

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February 16th, 2011

Wednesday Roundup: Credit Cards & Debt

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If you are in the market for a new credit card, raise your hand!

From rewards, cash back, points, low interest, to business plus more types of plastic than we can name, we’re helping narrow down your vast selection!

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June 30th, 2010

Wednesday Trends in Credit Cards & Debt

Think your personal debt mountain is too high to climb? Ford Motor is $34 billion deep in debt, reports the Associated Press, but managed to repay nearly $4 billion through a company restructuring plan and comprehensive debt management. With additional debt reduction strategies, the Detroit automaker hopes to reduce its total debt to $27 million […]

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