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Credit Card Education
Will Suze Orman’s new prepaid debit card help you build credit? This tip sheet can help you spot the differences between a prepaid debit card and a secured credit card.
Is your credit score a mystery to you? Learn the 5 factors that go into determining your credit score. Since your credit score is an important part of your financial picture, it's good to know what goes into it.
Many people believe checking your personal credit report will hurt your credit score. That's a myth - as is the idea that paying off your debts will immediately raise your credit score. How many of these myths did you think were true?
One of the essentials of a healthy financial life is a good credit score. If you want to succeed financially, getting the best interest rates on loans, and having access to the best deals, you need to improve your credit score.
This information is designed to educate parents and teens on the responsible use of credit cards. Visit our Credit Education Centre.
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