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-- Secured card deposits act as repayment insurance if a cardholder misses payments. (See Secured card deposits)Should my parents sell their home to pay off card debt?
-- It's better to take the time to craft a thoughtful approach to getting out from under debt obligations. (See Selling house to pay debt)Q&A: Why is there a difference between my credit scores?
-- Until the account ages off your credit report, make the most of this time by adding positive information to your credit files. (See Charged-off debt)When Santa is on a budget, what do you tell the kids?
(See Authorized users)Q&A: How to achieve a good credit score as a first-time cardholder -- Achieving a good credit score is possible even if you are a first-time cardholder.
Make sure to never miss a payment, keep a low balance and not apply for another card until your card is a year old. (See First-time cardholder's credit)Average card APR stays put at 16.15 percent for fifth week: Credit Weekly Credit Card Rate Report -- Oct.
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