It may be time for me to come to terms with the fact that I might not be meant to have a credit card. This is a part of adulthood that I cannot seem to master. 579 more words
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Say what you like about Sorcha Faal, but this lays it out in no uncertain terms. We are all bankrupted by compounding interest rates which has led to a debt society to the extent that we ourselves have put the next three generations into poverty: 1,486 more words
Whether you should choose debit cards or credit cards while making payments is a question that has been in existence ever since electronic methods of managing money came into being. 608 more words
I had a long love affair with credit cards.
For this tale, we have to go all the way back to 2009.
I was a junior in college and had heard that to buy a house (which I knew I wanted to do sometime in the future) you need “credit.” I knew that I had zero credit because I did not have any loans (I was lucky enough to have no student loans and am still very grateful for this) and as of yet I did not have any credit cards. 276 more words