Managing your credit doesn't have to be like a roller coaster
By Anna Bleker | Published: August 5, 2010
you're like many Americans, your credit situation is sort of like a day at the
amusement park -- lots of ups and downs, thrills and chills, and the tendency
to overindulge and engage in risky behavior.
there's nothing wrong with enjoying the rides, it's important to keep your
hands and feet safely inside and buckle up for safety. It's the same deal with
using credit cards, as the following guidelines will explain ...
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