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Credit Scores and Climate Change

I came across this article about a week ago, and thought it was worth looking at a little more deeply, as from the first sentence on it makes a lot of interesting assumptions. Add into the mix politics and controversial contemporary issues, and what’s not to love? To what extent does financial savvy reflect political prognostication capabilities? And what does the sophistication of a given...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 5

[stag_icon icon=”chevron-circle-down” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”no”] I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 4

[stag_icon icon=”chevron-circle-down” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”no”] I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 3

[stag_icon icon=”chevron-circle-down” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”no”] I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 2

[stag_icon icon=”chevron-circle-down” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”no”] I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to...

The Best Worst Case Scenario: Part 1

[stag_icon icon=”chevron-circle-down” url=”” size=”50px” new_window=”no”] I’ve written many times before about some of the dangers and traps associated with the use of credit cards. But an article (with some interesting Facebook comments) that Megan sent me about a new credit card program with super-OMG!-amazing sign-up bonus features got me to...

Don’t Be A Dummy, Idiot!

I have written more than I probably should have on credit cards and debt, given my lack of financial training and acumen. And since I have written about these things and share them on the interwebs, naturally my internet search results and Facebook ads invariably tend toward these types of items with great frequency. And so from time to time I see links pop up showcasing “THE OMG BEST CREDIT...

Gotta Give ‘Em Credit

I don’t normally make a habit of clicking on the obnoxious ads at the bottom of articles. I actually try and make sure to never visit any ad that is contextualized via either Facebook or the ever ubiquitous tentacles of The Google. However, today I couldn’t help but click through to what I assumed would be something ridiculous, an ad for an article entitled Top 3 Reasons to Get A New Credit Card...

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